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Paducah daily sun (Paducah, Ky. : 1896) Paducah daily sun (Paducah, Ky. : 1896) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Sun Publishing Co. Paducah, KY 1898 pac1898100601_sn85052118 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Paducah daily sun (Paducah, Ky. : 1896) Paducah daily sun (Paducah, Ky. : 1896) Sun Publishing Co. Paducah, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE DAILY SUN - - In the Only Taper In Thnt Hwcnn to ItH CIRCULATION. I'tulii-dtica- li HTh Paducam Daily Sun. he PADDCAD, KENTUCKY , WEATHER PREDICTIONS Showers tonight and cooler Friday. OLUMK III NUMltKIl 1(5 TflUttSDAY, OCTOBER G, 1898. i J TEN CENTS PER WEEK. WHOLESALE LYNCHING THE INDIAN WAR. dians Will Be Exterminated. A STRONG .was brought -- before the association by Mr. It. It. Phillips. DIllKCTOn's MKKTINO. EPISCOPAL CONGRESS. DIRECTORATE. The Commercial PROBABLE. United States Troops at Bear Island Will Be Heavily Reinforced Today, and InAnother Cowardly Assault Com iuitted Near Harrodsburjj Last Nigkt Fanner Fatally Wounded by Robbers. ATTEMPTED TO ROB HIS HOJJSE. and Mannfac turers' Association Completes Elects Its Organization tiie Board of Directors. Only Seven of the Suliicrs Were Killed, While Thirty of List of Members of the Associathe Indians Bit the Dust The Fighting Was '1 in After the adjournment of tho association the director's met and elected the regular ofllcerj, except tho secretary, as follows: W. F. Paxton, president. The Convention of A. N. Clarke, vice president. R. H. Phillips, treasurer. This LawMakinjr Body Is Tlic board was in session but a Now in Session in short limn aud adjourned as soon as the above olllccrs were elected. The Washington. directors will meet next Wednesday unless called together before night that date. Tri-Enni- LIST OF MKMIIKKS. Progress at One O'clock This Afternoon. tion lie Hoard of Directors Chooses Part of Its Oflicors. &citioloi tlieSciiMntionul Slioothm The meeting of the members of the A friendly Indian just in from Hear IsWALKER, Minn., Oct. it at Scottttvlllo Young .Man Ar Commercial and Manufactures land says that only ten soldiers and live Indians were killed in yestcrda's convened laat night at the rcntoJ for Siixpcctett Mnr light. He says that both sides are now intrenched. city hdi and was called to order by Firing on the island began again this morning. This indicates that w. V. Paxton at 8 o'cloCK. Tne of 111 Friend. oi l A SERSATIONAL FIND AT COROIH, KY. the soldiers have not been massacred as was tho report early this morning. General llacon, who is now on the island in command of the government troops is a native of Frankfort, Ky,, and is as brave as a lion. WALKER, Minn., Oct. G. A report from Hear Island received just before noon says that seven soldiers mid thirty Indinns were killed in tho HarroiUhurg, Ky., Oct. G. This battle yeMerday nt Heal Island. county was the scone of another The Indians resumed the attack on Hacon's troops this morning with cowardly outrage last night. desperate tigh'ing. The sol Iters are strongly intrenched, nnd can hold Win. UUrlc. n wealthy Imiiiit, was their position until tlieir ammunition is out. attacked I iv robbers in hi bed room; otic of the nmailauts, n mgro, struck WILL EXTERMINATLrTHE INDIANS. Clnrk fatally wounding him, and with (he otlicr robbers WALKKIt. Minn., Oct. G. Tito shooting at Hear Island was still beKeeling U very liili here over thU ing kept up at one o'clock this afternoon. Assault nnd over the Dr. Morion Three companies of soldiers witli galling guns will reach Hear Island murder, nnd n wholesale lynching is at four o'clock today, whcti an attempt will be made to exterminate the not at nil iiiiirohahle. Indians. chairman read a list of those who had become members by signing tho preliminary agreement prepared at the previous meeting. After considerable discussion It was ordered that tho meeting go into the election of the board of directors Mayor Lang of the association. suggested that the directors chosen at tho first citizens' meeting bo reelected as far as they had joined the association. It was also decided that tlic election be by ballot, each one votinir. for twelve men; Messrs. Gregory and Glcavcs being appointed tellers. The result of tho balloting was the election of the following board : F. L. Scott, K. Farley, mrsTomTheld. Mrs. SeotMiHc, Ky., Oct. G Gonil was today held over liy the grand Jury for shouting Mrs. Beas-le- y and wounding her recently. Mrs. licaalcy today brought mitt against Mrs. Goad for (10,000 damage). SUSPECTARRESTED. Somerset, Ky., Oct. G. Dave Terry was today arrested charged with the murder of Itobcrt Taylor, who was found dead a short lime ago. The men were friends. A BIO SENSATION. Curbin, Ky., Oct. 6. A baby' Inxly was found tinned in the heart It had of the town this morning. been concealed in the carcass of a hog. The coroner is holding an and a great sensation is e iicclcd. sl MEETING TONIGHT. Tlui Commercial and Manufacturers' Association Will Meet Toiilplit. 'Io CoiiMtlcr a Proposition in irnnl to a Tall Celebration in 'IliU City. Kc- - Commercial and Manufacturers' to consider the feasibility of having tomc kind of a fall celebration in this city. This is an matter and n full meeting is There will be u meeting of the desired. KI8UAI. COURT AD.JOl'RNS. Tlic .MiiRlHtrntcH Will Winil Up Tliclr Business Today. Tlic only thing done In fiscal court today was the consideration of claims There was a against the county. large number of them, ami they were paid off quite rapidly. Court will adjourn this afternoon some time. SMALL NUMREK OF PRISONERS There arc at present but six prisoners in the lockup, one of the smallest numbers known In some time. Lockup Keeper Menifee looks on the bright side of everything, how. ever, and hopes business will shortly improve. OFfcTOKRGItAY FINDS MONEY. OlHcrr Gray found a sum of money this morning on Court street, between the city hall and Seventh street. He will deliver It to tho one who lost it, provided It is properly identillcd. KcalLluK the difficulty of obtaining pure irood mny person, ,m appreciating the repiigiuiiee we lake plea, atoon, have In purcha.Tng Irom to our In calling attention ery complete . llneol Wines and Liquors l ci:VJu.i.L,,i.,.Iii (or medicinal u.e pnlv. All our domeMlc Ron.li re mircha.ed direct Irom the maker.. Iimirliif trength. at he bwlutely pure rood. ..I lullcome through Ihe All lmjru ihl country. An e Krade Sol onally full line ol the highe.lImpoitedwhi. and kUi. wine., rum., both domettlc, con.Lully ou hand, For Medicinal Purposes having been ml.cd or Uiniwied whatever We entry a drug "?h their Sl.ti' that i.hy.lclan. are not coin pilled to write when recommend Ing wlue. or liquor, to patient.. !!", 4foP4M&22& 4 T.Mc DRUG STORE Broadway. Chas. Wcillc, The Indians at last accounts arc being strongly reinforced. A. N. Clarke, Jos. L. Friedman, Geo. Wallaee, CLARKSVILLE FIRE YESTERDAY'S BATTLE. J. Andy Haucr, W. F. Paxton, John Ilinckleff, Clarksvillc, Tenn., Oct. 6 There Wnlktr, Minn., Oct. G A tcrrillc Robt. Phillips, was about a $050,000 tobacco wareF. P. Toof, battle wan fought at 11 o'clock house nnd railroad building fire here J. M. Lang. thirty miles from Walker at about 1 o'clock yesterday morning, The mica heretofore provisionally Point close thought to hav been the work of an adopted b the association were read The fire was under con- and by various amendments were to Hear Island. One hundred men incendiary. I! neon l lauded at 8 trol at 1 a. m. under made to read as follows: The Grange warehouse, with 4, 500 Section I. The subscribers hereto A landing was effected o'clock. hogsheads ol tobacco, burned. It associate themselves together for the with tlillU'tilty owing to it high sea. also contained many snufUng kinds purpose of organizing a confmcrcial A sortie of the bush was made. The of tobacco, which will be hard for the club. The name of the club hhall soiditrs went through the thick un Atlantic S uuff company, who had be Commercial aud Manufacturers' dergrowth, a precaution being taken '.',000 hogsheads, to replace. Association of Paducah. The other tobacco waa owned and See. 2. The purpose of said asso against an ambush. No indications controlled by M. II. Clark & Hro., ciation shall be to promote the interof Italians were seen until 11 o'clock. II. M. Ounlop & Hro., Gill & Turn-leests and welfare of Paducah and Mc Flic men were then ordered to line iu and E. It. Tandy, broker, all of Cracken county. open space near the lake. Charges the home market. Sec. 3. The annual dues for mem The Grnuge house cost $G5,000. bership shall be $25, payable 'semiwere drawn and preparations made The Atlantic Snuff company's loss is for dinner. When the first .shot was about SloO.OOO, but tho other tobac- annually in advance. Sec. 4. The afrairs of tuc associallred it eame from Hog-Alco men refuse to give the amounts of tion shall be controlled by a board house. The ball struck I'd losses. of twelve directors, which shall be The L. it N. freight depot burned, elected by members of this associaWalker, and Harris, an a half breed, whose arm was broken. valued at (5,000. Six cars of gener- tion on the first Monday in October al merchandise anil one car of Pittsin each year. That was the signal. Immediately burg coal were destroyed, with a Sec. 5. Tho board of directors the tiring became general from all loss of $115,000. Insurance, shall elect annually a president, uce freight Shots cmiie from every if any, on this loss was uot known president and a treasurer, anil u IhmIi. Three of General Hacon's here. shall not be necessary that auy of Three tenement houses worth $900 these olllccis shall be elected from men dropped tlead and were carried burned. The Meriwether Snuff it Hthe rrar. Kvery man sprang for Tobacco Company had $13,000 in the board of directors. Sec. G. The board of directors cuter without wailing for unlets. snuff and plug tobacco stored in the shall be empowered to employ a secLike a thsh the blue column Grange, with $8,000 Insurance. retary to hold his oilicc at the pleasThe total insurance will fairly well ure of the board, and he shall reami not a sign was seen cover the tobacco losses. 1 heard General ceive such compensation and perform of the eighty men. The Grange Warehouse was a such duties as the board may de Hacon's toico high nbote i very thing handsome y brick, and occulie was sup- pied one acre of ground. Graccy tcrmlnc. admonishing his men, Sec. 7. There shall be twelve ported by Major Wilkinson nnd Hros., the owners, had only about committees of three persons each a Night. looked right into the eye of the retl $'.'0,000 insurance. This firm also committee on finance, local and state of feedstuff. legislation, taxation, freight and pasdetils. "Steady men," he called, lost 61,000 north Tlu Illinois Central was officially The gas plant here was slightly cool, now keep cool." Again damaged, aud the contlagratiou as a senger rates, insurance rates, new "keep notified by the Mississippi board of entertainments, employment, health last night that no trains will came it volley from the Indians, and whole was one of the most disasadvertising, ways and means, mail be allowed to make any slops In the that was what the troops were wait- trous Clarksvillc lias suffered in some facilities, immigration and parks. state. This means that people are Tlic Krag.Jorgen9ons time. . for. ing A director shall be chairman of each, Graccy. Hros.' coal shed, across and tho remaining members shall be not allowed to travel even from one opened lire with a frightful rattle just the street from the Grange WareThe city to the other. as the Pillagers made a tcrrillc rush house, was destroyed with all of its selected from the association. The Illinois Central has conslder-nbl- n appoint the chairman president shall track in the state, and needless A half do.cn dropped tlead ami the contents. This shed was used for of cacn, and such chairman shall seto say, tho now order will practically rest fell back yelling like llends. general storage purposes. The lots lect his two colleagues from the suspend their business until it is re 200 Indians. ou this building and contents is be- association. There wtre about voked. lieved to bo heavy. Sec. 8. There shall be an execuLieut. Morrison, with twenty men, The road has a couple of hundred The Grange Warehouse was one of tive committee of three appointed by rushed in to prevent the recapture of the largest tobacco warehouses in the miles of road in Mississippi, striking the president, and the president and the state below Memphis and going old Mnlnpiod and Bitpdway-We- world, and had a floor space cover- secretary shall bo members almost to Now Orleans. Dung. The marshals had these men ing over live acres. It was compara- of said committee. tively new, and was occupied by sevuuder arrest and they certainly would Sec. U. That the board of directors Stop jn at our store and see the eral firms. sball be empowered to fill all vacan- great exhibition of Majestic Ranges have been rescued but Lieutenant cies that may occur in the board. and be convinced of their superior CALDWELL'S FAIR. Morrison yelled "charge," and his Sec. 10. All dues shall bo payable qualities. Hot biscuits and coffee The squad scattered the Indians. Geo. O. on the 1st of October and the 1st of served free every day. Indians continued tiring in tt desul- Promises to Kclipsu the County's April, and if not paid by the 15th of Hart & Son. o4 Former Exhibitions. tho months named such delinquent tory way. Tlic order was given to FELLOWS (J RAMD LODGE shall stand suspended, but may be ODD charge, tho soldiers rose, ducking reinstated by payment of arrearages Princeton, Ky., Oct. G. Caldwell and dropping like grasshoppers, they Delegation From Piulucuh Leaves county's tenth annual fair opened within thirty days. made the most of their opportunity. Snttirdiiy. Sec. 11. Tho president shall preami promises to bo by far yesterday, Suddenly a volley was llr.nl by the the best of the series. The purses side at all meetings and shall bo a member of all committees. Indians at the steam tug Flora. offered for the trots and the running Messrs. W. II. Patterson, Charles A score of bulbils tore through races are larger than ever and the Tho vice president shall perform the Karbardt, T. J. Atkius und G. W. duties of the president iu the presi- Robertson leave- Saturday for r, the frail woodwork of the boat and stables aro overcrowded. dent's absence. Ky , to attend the grand WILD STEER RUNS AMUCK. every man except the pilot siuglit Sec. 12. The treasurer shall be lodge meeliug of Odd IYIIns Othcover. The lire was leturncd withrequired to give a bond of $1,000 to ers may also attend. A steer got loose near Fifth and be approved by the board of direcout effect. In the volley llred nt the W ANTS TO LO'JATK. was hhot Jefferson streets this morning, and tors. tug Chief Inspector Tinker created great excitement in portions Sec. 13. There shall be a regular through the leg awUrm. The Flora of tho city, where it was pursued by SJr. It. W. Cash, of Hannibal, steamed for the agency under orders two men on horseback. Near Ninth meeting of the association on the Mo , it iu the city seeking a location first Wednesday night in each month ; from Marshal O'Connor, who was ou anil Washington it camo near de shall bo empowered fur n hicjclc works and gunsmith but tho president board, to get twenty men under Lieu- populating the neighborhood, but so to call a meeting of the association supplies house. far as could be learned, no one was or directors at any time, aud shall tenant Humphrey, who had been left hUIifTorACCOUN I , hurt by it. bo required to do so on the request there. O'Connor escaped death by of any thrco members of tho associa CHURCH SOCIAL. a miracle, the Indians tiring u volley Co., of Chlcm."', A. Haucr tion. Any meeting of the associa directly at him Tins newspaper cortiled a ft'it in tin- - circuit tion so called shall be a regular On account of the threatening meeting. court against John Ward on au respondents fought bravely. Several amouniiug to $l0rt.fl0. The weather, tho church social of the The Tenth-streeon their boats were wounded. Sec. 14. These bylaws may be account is an old ono nnd is alleged t Christian church will be s Indians gave a full volley as they held at the church building, instead amended at any tunc by a to have been contracted in one of the pulled out. The firing of the Krag- - of on the lawn, as heretofore an- vote of the members present at any southern states where the defeneant meeting, but such amendItev. Mr. Penrod twenty unite distant, nounced. Jorgenscns, will regular did business. ment must be submitted in writing nt was distinctly audible from here, yet speak, and ilia Endeavorers will dis3EWEua"gewokk. regular meeting held prior to the a ices. Everybody cordially they havo been banging away all tho pense meeting when final action is taken. A man who arrived says afternoon. After the adoption of the s It will likely bo several days longer EXCUICSION POSTPONED." tho meeting adjourned to meet this beforo the Hrect car track on North wo lost four Killed ami uiuo woundevening to discuss the advisibility of Fourth street is clear and open to ed. No complete reports of the los-4- ta The battleship excursion or to. getting up some event to take tho tratllc. Today tho lateral from are obtainable nt lIU lime. morrow night has been postponed, place of the annual fair, which will Fourth to Fifth on Monroe was 1 Many Indians were killed, Tho date will bo announced later. not be held this year. This matter begun. yes-tcrday, Gi-ncray, The following is the list of mem bers : .Chas. Earbart. News Publishing Co. W. F. Paxton. Purcell & Thompson. C. M. Leake. ' J. M. Lang. A. N. Clarke. .Chas. Wcillc. F. M. Fisher. John Rock. E. E. Hell. L S. Glcavcs. F. E. Lack. W. S. O'Hnen. II. E. Thompson. Jv Tom Leech. L. M. Rickc. F. L. Scott- M. Livingston & Co. Jos. L. Friedman. E. Farley. Geo. Wallace. John Ilinckleff. It. Rudy. S. H. Caldwell. I. M. Quigley. S. H. Hughes. Ellis, Iludy & Phillips. ' I) u Hois & Co. Leigh Fruit Co. J. Weil & Hro. I. Nauheim. A. M. Lacvison it Co., M. Michael & Hro., I). M. Flournoy, J. E. English & Co., Drcvfuss, Weil & Co., Jt. G. Terrell & Hros., O. L. Gregory, Loch, Uloom A Co., Covington Bros. &. Co., Abe Weil, Weaks Hros. & Co., Paducah Ice Co., Wheeler & Wortcn, Pat Holloran, J. E. Coulsom, Geo. C. Thompson, Wm. Nagel, Wallcstein Bros., It. E. Ashbrook, C. E. Jennings, J. E. Wilhelm, ' W. L. Thnmnson. Son, y Fred Kumlcitcr F. w. Katterjoun iv son, Clements Bros., . Proposition to Change tho Nniue of the Church The Murrlugc Question Will Be a Bone of Contention. tri-en- l- tun-ulip- tl two-stor- Washington, Oct. G. The nlal general convention of the Episcopal church began in this city yesterday and will continue for two or three weeks. The convention is composed of tho House of Bishops, numbering sixty, and the House of Deputies, with four clerical and four lay delegates from each diocese. Among the delegates arc some of the most eminent men in the United States in politics, business and pro fessional life. I no House of Bishop3 will be presided over by the Itt. Rev. John Williams of Connecticut, the senior in date of consecration, and its sessions will be secret. The meetings of the House of Deputies will be open to the public. Among the interesting topics for consideration is a proposition to change the name of the denomination from the "Protestant Episcopal Church" to "The Church of America." The Episcopalians claim to bo the American branch of the holy church in direct line from the apostles, just like the Catholic Church of Rome, the Greek Church of Russia and the church of England, varying from the others only in forms of worship and articles of creed. It is also proposed to elect a primate, or archbishop, who shall be the highest ecclesiastical authority for the church In America, instead of tho scnio. bishop, as at present. The convention will have the responsibility of making provision for an Episcopalian ministry in the new colonies. The Church of England now has jurisdiction in the Hawaiian Islands, but there arc no diocesan representatives in either Cuba, Puerto Rico or the Philippines. Several missionary bishops will be elected for Japan, North Dakota, Wyoming, Idaho and elsewhere. At the last general convention ia Milwakcc the election of a bishop for Japan was hung up. Tbo Rev. Joseph M. Francis was chosen by one house, but was not confirmed by the other. Jo'jn W. Little, The most important and exciting Oscar Slarks, question before the convention wi'l be Langstaff, Orm Mfg. Co., the amendment of the constitution so Shelton Hros., as to make It illegal to marry people Co., Cohankus Mfg. who bavu been divorced. Canon 13, P. F. Lally, title 2, section 2, now reads as follows : F. J. Hcrgdoll, "No minister, knowingly, after due J. A. Haucr. inquiry, shall solemnize the marriage of any person who has a divorced NO STOPS. husband or wifo still living, if such husband or wifo has been put away for any cause arising after marriage ; 'IWint! ll.i in ii KftPl. MnVMlir but Ibis canon shall not be held to w.-- . "-J- ' 1KIIIIO apply to the innocent party in it diin the State of Misvorce for the cause of adultery, or to sissippi. parties once divorced seeking to be united again." lhe Itullrmuls Were Notiiletl to At the last general convention a This Effect Last commission was appointed to revise HORSE STOLEN. this, among other rules of the church, and a majority will recommend a sweeping provision forbidding the And it Was it Iteverend Oentio- marriage of divorced pcisous altoth'iiiMi's Best Ani- gether, so that the canon will read as follows : ni il, Too. "No minister of this church shall solemnize the marriage nf either party Kuv. It. It ,luti.stoti Loses IIIh to a divorce during tti- - life of the liiicty llorso by Ilnvint; other party." obt Stolen. A minority of the commission jects to such a sweeping provision, and will recommend the following : I!pv II II Johnston, pastor of the "No minister of this church shall Broad rtu '.i K. church and who lives solemnize tho marriage of any pernn r .n:b, corner of Seventh in' who has a divorced huslmuil or wife and Hro ilmy. went to the stable living. This shall not apply to the thU mui..i.ig to bitch up his horse, innocent party in a divorce obtained aud found to hi3 astonishment that it for the cause of adultery upon his or wa3 gone. her filing with the minister as eviHe placed It in the stable last night dence of such innocence a legally early and fed it, and this morning certified transcript of the record found that the thief had removed the showing a final judgment or decree buggy in order to get the horso from of a court having jurisdiction on the tho stable. Nothing else was missed. subject matter awarding him or her a Itev. Johnston stated to a reporter divorce, a vinculo matrimonii, on that ho was certain his horse was grounds of adultery." stolen, as the buggy was taken out of It is propossd to change the canon tbo way, so the animal could bo taken regarding tho marriage of relatives so out the back way. It was a very thrt it will read : good horse, nnd there is no clue to "No minister shall solemnize the the perpetrator of the theft. marriage of parties who arc within the degree of consanguinity anil afBADLY HURT. finity defined in the eighteenth chapter of the book of Leviticus." Young Mnn Came Near Losing His It is also proposed to amend canon Lee; Yesterday. 35 so that it will read: "No person married otherwise tkan A son of Mr. Pete Rogers, of as thediscipllne of this church allows was badly hurt yestershall bo admitted to holy baptism or to receive the holy communion with- day afternoon. He attempted to out the written direction of the bish- jump into George O. Hart's wagon, op, given upon application an.1 after and had his right leg caught between the wheel and standard. It required due investigation of the facts." In another canon (section 2 of about nineteen stitches for Dr. cannon 36) the proviso regarding the Brooks to close the wound. He administration of the sacraments is came near losing his lc6'. inserted. The joint commission will recognize the adoption of tho followNOTICI? TO TIIE PUBLIC. ing new provisions regarding marriages: Merchants, Physicians, Attorneys, Canon 34, section 2, par. 1 "It I Insurance Boarding Companies, to ad houses, Owners of vehicles, Printing shall be tho duty of ministers monish the people from time to time ofllces, and nil others who have not that the church discountenances paid a license for the present year, as clandestine marriages." required under the License ordiPar. 2 "No minister shall solemn- nance, are hereby notified that unless ize tho marriage of any person who same is paid on or before Monday, is a minor under the law of tho place tho 10th instant, warrants will bo isof the marriage unless the parent or sued for all delinquents. guardian is present or shall have 5o4 Jas. M. Lash, Mayor. given a written consent to tho marriage or is a permaaent resident in a Don't you kuow Plantation Chill foreign country." Cure is guaranteed to euro yo? Par. 3 "No minister shall solemnize a marriage except in the presence of two witnesses, himself or the witnesses being personally acquainted with tho parties." m-a- Goldfish t We havo just received a lot of rare specimens, and can furnish them with or without, ',1'isn gioues irom Collector E. II. Purdom went to globes $8 nnd $10 aquariums. Paducah last week and took up four- 25c to thus teen more of tho railroad bonds reducing tho county's indebtedness to the extent of $7,000. It is estiD. mated that at tho present levy tho inSeventh and Jackson. debtedness will be wiped out in the next two years and we will bo tho envy of many a county that makes Sure Cure For ClillL and Fevtrt greater pretentions than Calloway. Murray Ledger. WINSTEAD'S CHILL TONIC BONDS CALLED IN. J. BACON S CO. SPREAD EAGLE. The steamer Spread Eaglo today entered the race of fast steamboats ulnae next week at Cairo. flint tnt-pThe Dick Fowler i3 tho favorite, eo! far as betting here is concerned. n rle.unt to take, and cost, only 3C a bottle. WINSTEAD'S LIVER AND KID I. a positive lllll EY TEA curelorcoii.tlpatlon.dT.pep.U, liver and kidney complaint, ol all kind. 25 cent, per box. Manufactured by Go to Lagomsrsino's for a nice, largo Ice cold beer. S. H. W1NSTEAD Seventh and Washington St.., Paducah, Ky. Adkins, the Shoe Man ALWAYS LEADS 4E.Rnl? Best $2.00 Shoe in the city. Best Boy's New School Shoe. Best Man's Shoe for $3.50. 317 BROADWAY UM io Win-chejte- IS YOUR BOY A KICKER? lJijyy v all-wo- EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR IIACKKTT, CAUIIART & CO. FINE SUITS HART, SHAFFNER & MARX FINE OVERCOATS MANHATTAN FINE SHIRTS STAGY ADAMS NOBBY SHOES U. S. & II. FINE SHOES H AWES NOBBY DERBY HATS HARRINGTON DERBY HATS IS YOUR BOY A KICKER? THEN GET HIM A KICKING SUIT We allude to our good suits at yes-terdi- ty $2.50 a world ol col-or- ., Sold by others and considered cheap nt$,V50. CUn'trr "' b'K . INOVCltieS kill In dt.lKninK jmhuiation. ol artl.tlc tffeil. See iui nw iil.play v iun;,, I'retty Kioii-i- ih two-third- made with iloulite eat and knee.. a AU p'ir.au. got. and every. one .nbelow what equally . I L .... lie piirin;icii 11 J..uih.r. to 17. Double nromywUjy.'nilU. m tOt UnOICC bitteiicoat, pant, with double .eat and knee, nnd patent wal.ll.nd. Kltg.nt pattern., .trlilly all wool, clal lor the wtek. and cut Irom J.i 50. Strong School Suit- s- i"? cc.ti l'ant. with double neat and .knee.. Plaid., check., mixture, and plain cohull, that will hold a lioy. will not rip. lor, will wear tl lYl frit- - H, ' k"y' '" .... $5.00 for Young Men's m iHJ lf. In all the new pattern nnd cuU, umr a. the men'., single or double.biea.tcil coalv They're all riicht. Usy., Ako I tt jo. f'i'iS1,1; ul"5 A handoome kodak kIvcii with every ir over in the Children'. Department. purcha.e ot J.I. so IB- - WEILLB 409 .. & 411 BROADWAY "V SOIST Ai''-- , ri ':! it - .w'V.- - THE NEW WAIST A Store Full of Good Things POLICE COURT. 1. MUNYON'S HEADACHE AND PROH-SSIONA- INDI6ESTI0N .1 CUBE lnlOinln The Briggs Cutting Case Wns cure rvrry '"fin "I llfmUrhe In uinunriv-m.- i Xtr, rtrtri IIIU'Kea iuil,llinuiair i..iii.i tin ihn nvitlrm. In fthntlltl b In Left Open This Mornsn(1 hini rtrtr driiirKMi". "Terr irmrelltr'a nrlp'ack. OI curf.Zc. it.. nnlT remnlyon the marVH th twit H. T. RIVERS injr. H BREVITIES OF FUN. 0 ID l li d r it made for. Iw STYLISH I,os price than you cau have tlicm These handsome silk and vel vet waists, in all colors, plaids, delicate shades and Bayadere stripes, only Only n Few Other Ounch fur Trial Poft "Well, how did you like tho lief or o .Twcluo Sanpicnic?" Yost "I was so glad to get home again that I was glad I went,' der. c. Winter is Coming1 If you wish to keep warm, prepare for it by employing us to put in a complete guaranteed 70 temperature steam or hot water ystem. Thi is your best opportunity. Physician... and Surgeon Onico Blxth and Broadway, at Inllrinary. n;to lOja.fm. Onico Hours: 3 I X $4.90 and $5.9C 1A. : I t ! Twenty two inches wide, all silk, glace and solid color', for 59c yard. -- Taffeta Silks Smyrna Rugs A genuine bargain, these 30x60 inch Smyrna rugs at $1.25. Piaid Hose Black Orepons la!t colors, very stylish, 25c pair. Fur Rugs size Kxtra quality Smyrna rugs, feet by 6 feet, $3.50. 3 The most popular skirt fabric of the season, raised figures, n rare value at 75c yard. black, gray and white Iarge fur rugs, $1.75. Linoleums 4t'l"T" French Flannels if w Umbrellas Twenty-six-inch Is Mack satin bands, I5c yard. most fashionable awaits you in our Pretty designs, all wool, size New silk passementaries, 25c millinery room. 3X3J11 yards, $6.00. yard. We Have just wliatyou win want Largcr and smaucr hizc druggets The 111 misses and Children s Hats, at jow prices, gloria silk combining reasonable prices with 98c. styles. urn-b.ella- s, Pattern Hats New Dress Trimmings French collection of all that A large Kor wrappers and dressing jacqucs, light and dark colors. iff?. For porch and hall trackers, 50c yard. Cocoa Mattings Good quality, 35c square New oil cloths, 20c yard. yard. Art Squares Will Hriggs, colored, charged with cutting Bud Henderson maliciously a tew weeks ago, was ca.led in the police court this morning and tho prosecuting witness being present, went into'trial. Hriggs cut Henderson, it seems, when tho latter had kicked him down and was on top of him. Tho evidence was not nil in, and the case was left open. A dago was charged with vagrancy. He insisted on sleeping on the front porch of a residence where ho was not wanted. When asked if he could talk English, he replied "No," and Mr. It. Calissi was instructed to tell him he would be given one day iu which to leave tho city. Andrew Boyd and Harry Fowler, colored, were charged with engaging in a light list Sunday. They were not very md,i' seems, and there wore no serious results, but Boyd was lined 15 and costs. Wm. Ilite, for whipping his wife, was fined $20 and costs, and placed under a peace bond of $200. "I believe your young college is attracting much attention in art circles here." "By his talents?" - Harvard "No; by his shekels." cias-mate 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. to 4 p. m. Tolophonosea and 29a. Lampoon. A bov being asked to describe a kit-le- n said: "A kitten is remarkable for rushing like mad at nothing whatever and stopping before it gets thcro." It must liavo been the same boy who thus defined scnmlal: "It is when nobody ain't done nothing, and some-bo- d London Tit-Bitv goes and tells." s. A. S. DABNEY, DENTIST Cami'mki.i. Bl'ildino, Fifth and Broadway. s, 12 long years," roared Sparta-cus- , "1 have met every form of man ot beast the broad empire of Home could furnish. The Xuinidian lion " A "How about tho Welsh rabVoice "For OR, I 1 J. D, SMITH'S and much bit?'' Cheers and confusion in the rear of the arena. cat-cal- ls Minzesheimer hour for onir. rctlc, 7 to 9 a. m. to 3 in. nutl 8 io ?S P. v . Wtim rrkctlralilrrallritilr Id, rathrrtlit nr.ir tlio do nt thrno hour ort'.coon Ninth, bvlwrtn llniiK)wr and J tOIKHO corner Ninth anil JrStraon. Tela, ptiouo HI. Puck. COMPROMISED. PiMcnl Off With Court Lets the BunkH Two-hints. 1 Embroidery Flosses flosses. ' A fresh shipment received among them the wnite Caspian New patterns for centerpieces, lambrequins and table covers. We have made ample provision for shoeing the children preparatory for school, that soon beuins. The variety of materials now used for the manufacture of shoes for the growing youth, comprising vici kid, box and kangaroo calf, certainly warrants the assertion that at no prior time were tlie same laciimes onereu lor arusneauy snocing mi: glowing generation, and prices so low. 50c buys line of child's kid shoes, sics 5 to 8. 75c buys line of child's kid shoes, S 's to 11. 75c buys line kangaroo calf shoes, 5 to S. 75c buys line bright grain shoes, 5 to S. 80c buys line bright grain shoes, 8 Si to 11. 'a to 2. 1. 00 buys line bright grain shoes, ' to 1. 1.00 buys line kid or kangaroo calf, 8 1.25 buys line kid or kangaroo calf, sizes 11 'a to 2. 1.50 buys line kid or calf, sizes 2 's to 8. All of above are solidgood wearers. See our general line for fall in all grades. You will like the goods and the prices. It might be well to look into our low shoe stock for temporary' use. The prices are very low at this season of the year. 1 1 1 Fancy Work Designs Ellis, r In Our Shoe Department The matter of compromising with the banks came up in fUcal court yesterday afternoon and several of tho bankers were present. After the matter had been fully weighed, the court decided that it would be nothing nioro than right that they should be released upon of the assesspnyment of ment, which was agreed upon. two-thirds THOMAS CARLYLE. Rudy & Was Not Held in Very High Esteem bj HI Friends and Relativ-- s Thomas Carlylc had no overplus oi "Your name is Magin-nis- , you say. But what is your first uisiress name?' .Maid "M em.' "What is your first name? Mary, Bridget" 'Maid "It's me second name e'd bo after. That is Mary. 1 was li Mnginnis before I was Mary, don't yc moind?"' Boston Transcript. Kthd A Mild IJcquwt. "0 Clarence! Do you really mean what you say that von will do anything 1 nsk of "you?" Clarence Sophomore "Parling! you have heard me swcai it." Ethel "Then, dearest, please, plcuse, get yourself appointed center ruli on the Yalo football team next year." Puck. .Mr Holme (third day out) "Vera, I've heard it said that if you will lie down with your head a little lower than your feet you will not suffer from scasicknes." 'Mrs. Vera Selldom-Holm(in desnair) "Henry, my feet have been higher than my head every minute of the time since we came aboard!" Chicago Tribune. Mitrc? Plumbing Coxnp'y Telephone 362. HARRY F. WILLIAMSON, M.D. -- Under Palmer House 104 North Fifth Street Physician and Surgeon Office 7 llourai to I a, m., I to I p. m. OUlce, No 41ltf Broadway. 't. DR. J. W. PENDLEY Olllcc. llti South Fifth Street. ItosliloiK'o, 01 Tvnnrssco street. Otllco Tolcptiono l 1 It; llcRldenco MS . , KING BROOKS e BOOKBINDER A thoroughly equipped Book making plant. You need send nothing out of town HENRY MAMMEN, Jr. Dentist and Oral Surgeon ISO North Fifth Street. Telephone Call 10'--'. hi m V M Farnngton, of the Field Columbian museum, of Chicago, and tho bonei havo been shipped to the windv city. Ofllco nnd renldrnce, A! llroadway. Prof. O. C. Marsh 27 years ago Otllco hours. V to II a.m., 3 to 4 p.m. discovered a skeleton in the northTelephone No. 101. eastern part of Colorado, the first of FARMERS seeking Col. Bryan's support for the RAILROAD: ARM!'. 1HS PADUCAH DAILY SUN the species found. Prof. Marsh, who bill now pending in congress to make VILLAGERS ha? explored a large portion of ColoPu'ilisbcl every afternoon, except him a lieutenant general. That A Larger Peace KstnbliHliiiiont rado in search of evidence of prehisSunday, by niul your (avorito homo paper, Than Any Country in tho measure has been defeated by the toric life, says tho genus elotherium, Physician and Surgeon SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY, democratic votes heretofore, and the THE World Has. established "by Pomel in 1817, repPaducah, Ky. 1522 Ilroail St. IJIOORPOHAJID resents a family of extinct animals, Tolephono 37 H. general would like to have tho supPKIWIDl P. M. FlftlKR l'aducah, ICy. all of much interest. They were Tho standing army of Russia is VlCKPRESIDIKl port of the democratic leader. B.W.CMMR8TS found first in Europe, but are now jotan J. Dorian Seciiktaht usually put at 800,000 meD, of GerTllIASTJRIH Col. Hryan has made no effort to many at W. r.PAITOK found in the mioecne lods of North 600,000, of Austria 275,-00DlRCOTOns: at the America, not only on the Atlantic THF U Y WPFIfiY TRlRlINF has an agricultural department of tho DR. and of Great Britain at 225,000, HUDSON H.W.Clrmenu, conceal his gratillcation W riahfr, r. M.J.E WlllUiunon l'axion J. Dorian. V, li nr.LM.1 IIIIUUHI. highest merit, nil Important iiuwb of Jonn coast, but especially in the Rocky of the general of the army. all on a peace footing. Yet there rcporln. aulo odl mountain region and Mill further tho nation and world, comprplionslvo and roii.uie market Information, IIIus- He takes it as a tribute of respect are, it appears by the last published torialo. Interesting nhort stories, Bcloiitlllc Bromtway. Oilico: No. tillwest. The family includes several tratod fashion articles, bumorotiH pictures, and mechanical and euturtalulng report of the Interstate Commerce and is instructlvo from one great man to another, and Oilico with Dr. Ilrooko. Telephone. 45. genera and subgenera ancL quite a to every member ot every family. Commission, 830,000 railroad emtho natural and proper thing to do, ployes in ltctildunco tV22 llroadway. , some of which connumber of specie-Daily, per annum in advance. $ 4.50 the United States, whose nil tho local iiowh, p lltirnl niul noclnl. krpg you In tain individuals of large size, only I IIL SUN K'vosyou with your nolglilmiK niul a.zo There are lots of other colonels, but gross wages and salaries are nearly " Daily, Six montus " on tin-- (nrin anil In cloo touch surpassed in bulk among their con- the village, Informs you ns to local priros (nr farm productn, tho condition of 40 he is tho only one who was ever a $500,000,000 a year, or 62 per cent, Daily, One month, " HENRY BURNETT temporaries by members of tho rhi- crops and prospects for tho year, nnd Is n nrlhl, newcy, weicomo ana nulls 10 cents candidate for president ; therefore the of the operating expenses of the Daily, per week --noceros family and of brontotheri-dae- . pensablo weekly visitor nt your home nnd Weekly, per annum in adordinary etiquette docs not apply to American railways. There are four Send nil subscriptions to THK Kl'N, P.ulurah, Ky. Remains of the group have been employes, on an average, for each .00 vance him. Will practice in known for nearly half a century, yet mile of railroad track. There arc Specimen copies free all tho court. until recently comparatively little ANOTIIElTKEOlsfUATION DAY 30,049 station agents, 35.6G7 18 South Fourth St., Paducah, Ky had been determined with certainty 25,322 conductors, 43.7C8 The republicans of Paducah nro regarding the skeletons. switchmen, llagmen and watchmen, THURSDAY. OCT. G 1898. making a mistake in not registering. and 21,152 telegraph Tho adult individual, when alive, operators and THOS. E. MOSS There is yet one more day upon dispatchers. was more then seven feet in length At the present ratio of .1ULUS' CALL ON HKYAN. and about four feet in height. The which voters can register and all the increase there are now 50,000 more Building-- , No w basis of the lestoration by Prof. Marsh 'There is a disposition among both voters of Paducah whether republi- railway employes in tho United AT is the specimen found by him in 1870 military olllcers and politicians to cans or otherwise should register. States than there were in 1895 the total number will not he very far be110 South Fourth Street. in the miocene beds of northeastern comment upon Gen. Allies' recent No one can tell what will happen be- low Colorado, and descrilted in 1873. 1,000,000 at the time of the next STOCK-GROCERI- ES neighborly visit to Col. Hryan at the tween now and election day. Many a census. Looking at the skeleton, the most W. M. JANES Here is an army in which there is Jatter's hotel in Washington, says voter who today thinks he would not striking features are the large and peculiar skull and the elongated and W. K. Curtis in a Washington letter to vote under any circumstances, may no mustering out and no war footing, REAL ESTATE AND MORTGAGE LOANS for the railroad army of the United lender limbs and feet. The most the Chicago Hecord. It is not be very anxious to do so when elecSlates, largcr than the number of notable points in the skull are the Is stocked with all kinds of fresh and salt meats. Goods delivered promptlire mc to buy. rl ot for major generals to call tion day comes. Wc will admit that railroad employes long, pendent jirocec of the malar mortgage trally. of any other counly to till parts of the city. Call and sec our new stole. upon regimental commanders, anil the choice in tho congressional race try, is essentially an army of peace, bone, characteristic of some of the OFFICE 328S BROADWAY Miles lias made only one exception between a populist and a free silver and it is steadily growing at a rate lloths, and the strong projection of not call on Gen democrat is a pretty hard one for the larger than the railroads themselves, ONE VIEW OF THE DRUGGIST, the lower jaw. Another feature of to the rule. He did s. ll.Cal.cll,Jr fi II intumU the skull is the very small brain case, Shatter nor Gen. Wilson when they republicans to decide between. Yet taking the mileage as a measure of Telephone No. 118 Advancing Civilization May Soma D1.1 which proves that the brain itself was Tenth and Tnmhlc their importance. New York Sun. & CALDWELIj IIUS1SANDS eamo to town from Cuba and Porto the campaign may take such a turn Crowd Out Hii Calling. rery diminutive. This a alfo true ATTOUNKYS AND C0l'NSi:t.0lt9 AT LAW Jlieo, and he has not left a card for that every republican will want to EXCURSION RATES , and wa Thi druggist of the present tim of the other known specie-You take no risk on l'lantntion thoughts were nn impnnemcnt in Mi' i:7't Smith I'ourtli St I'lilurMi, Kf. TO PITTSBURGH. docs not diller greatly from his broth' probably the main rea'on which led Clilll f'"ro,a8 it is guaranteed to cure. case of another, whose lirt elu'iecof Gen. Greene, who has just arrived cast his vote even between Wheeler Will practice In all tbo court ot thin steam engine (with the fjtialifica-Hon- , er of the eighteenth century. The to the early extinction of the whole from the Philippine islands and is and Reeves. CoiiiinrrvUI lltlKatlun anj On account of the Knights Temp- extensive use of proprietary medi- croup. Tho slender, highly specialhowever, that it was running in iiualiriii'try a ajvcuuy stopping at the Arlington. In the city there will be two memIDEAS OF BEAUTY. lar Along in the sunshine) was withdrawn Conclave, the Illinois cines, especially in America, has, how- ized limbs and feet are likewise parThere uavo been no end of other bers of the school board to be elect- Central Company will, on October ever, decreased his prescriptions; but ticularly noticeable in restorations. Aritaetic Notions of Children Recorded for a country scene ho remembered Miss R. B. Hay brigadier generals and colonels, ed and one member of the city coun- 0111, ;m ana lUtu, sell tickets to at the same time these proprietary They indicate clearly that the animal whore there was a stream with golden ED H. PURYEAR r. by a Stenographer Col. KooscYelt, in Washing- cil. Thus the election will have Pittsburgh and return at one faro for medicines arc sold through him, and was capable of considerable peed, bracken and tho sun shining uponit. In one of the lit tuns given at th the round nip, limited to October sell so largely that he does not com- and thus musthave been of great serv- winter niccling of the The children who were thus interro-patc- d since the war closed, and they some local interest at any event. ton College of Preice a6 a protection from its enemies. 18th for were not city nrabs, but came have all paid their respects to the ceptors, a ftrange light, wns caot upon The next registration day is tho sion until return, subject to an exten- plain. While a useful and able memo Rocky Mountain Xcws. October tflhtby depositing ber of the community, the pharmacist homo. Yet one of the aesthetic idea of the nn;Ul child from general commanding the army. Hut third Tuesday in October, the 21st, ticket them actualiv said that Dm mnJ with joint agent at Pittsburgh of y is not an original investiga l.'hi-- , of tlir Tho lecturer, .Mi-- s A lingering Objection. And Notary Public, Real tstate' and the general commanding the army and those republicans and democrats noi earner man uetoocr 13th nor tor or a prescriber, and limits his efManchester high contributed beautiful thing she had ncr seen was has not taken the trouble to return who have not yet registered should later than October 17th, and upon forts to filling the prescriptions that a littlo toy hoiio, "where a woman citi-re"No," said the Life Insurance Agent, and incidentally an account of an experipayment of 50 cents additional, are sent him by his friends, the phystheir visits except in a single in- do so by all means. "I can't say that I exactly approve ment of her own. .She gave herilusi tvas sitting by the window and n man Abstractor of Titles td J. T. Donovan, Agt. ician. Every ear he became a great- ot tho new minister, although he is of about .'10 very young children (ie coming itn to the door; the woman stance, and that was when he went tvouldn't let tho man in because ho er adept in Vis art, nhirh with the undoubtedly a conscientious man." A kact that has occasioned a good minutes to think of the nio-- t beautidown to the Metropolitan hotel, :h Formerly master commissioner of PECULIAR PHENOMENON. course of time has come to be consid"Hcis verv voting mid progressive." ful thing they ever taw, and nt th( nas drunk." A littlo bov who had tho McJrnckon circuit did all the democratic politicians in deal of comment is tho prevalence of court. Will been taken to many beautiful places practlco In ered a branch of trade rather than a "Yes. But I'm a little all tho courta of this and end of that tunc recorded their antown, and sent his curd to the col- tnc custom ou the market of making The Sky Ww Vry Red This Mori-ln- i? professioiH while the druggist is and I can't help thinking that swers. The human element was en- mot preferred a glass hall which, adjoining counties. Special attention It was no change less than a niekle. Every onel of the Third Nebraska. looked upon'in tho light of a skilled there arc limitations to what ot:ght to tirely ignored, not otic of I hem re- when shaken, produced the nppcar-anr- c Riven to the collection of nil claims, Early. of a snowstorm inside, it; and a tho renting of real estatoandnll othor lalorer. The most successful drtic- - be expected of a clergyman. I can ! ferring to nnv beautiful face. Five only a formal call. Other persons other merchant in the city makes litigation. Will act as asalgnoo nnd of the present time is not ho help being annoyed when, instead of children mentioned the moon and ;irl, who had lived for three years rocoivor of insolvent estates, gist were present at the interview, and small change, ami the custom of the also as A peculiar phenomenon was visible who mjxc his drugs' most skillfully, asking what denomination ho repreMars (one stipulating that it mu.t lie under tlicslindowsofoneofouriioblest idminlstrator of docodontB' estates nothing of iraportaucc or interest was dealcis on market is enforced simply by (uitc a number of people about but ho and as guardian of Infants. Honda for who has the business capacity sents, people top to inquire what hi the full moon), two the eun and one rallied raU, set in thefirstplnccamon-kesecurity given in surety companies. said on either side, hut the unusual to sell as many goods as possible, 12:30 o'clock this morning. It was to maho nt the Zoo.Wcftminitcr Star nis snop proiuaoic to mm. politics the setting sun. Two clioo llmvcrs, Oilico No. 127 South Fourth stroot in tho form of a bright light in tho act has nccived ariotn interpreta- and not for the accommodation of It is often tho druggist least skilled ller sorrow was become a beautiful, two certain scenery, two birds ami Legal How), l'aducah, Ky. the public. As a matter of fact this sky, which seemed conllued to no in tho art of pharmacy that possesses calm sorrow. "In these few months," two (both of them lazy) tions. fell bach particular locality, but was in all this Uniutborlied Venlon. capacity. of the market dealers parts of the heavens. she exclaimed, sadly, "I seem to havo upon tlic lust object At tho republican congressional ru'e or viz., starit is not unreasonable to believe lived years!" Years, indeed! For fish and sponge. The following joys The Author Uavo your examinexample, they be- makes marketing rxpcnivc in many It was so light, according to some committee, for that, ns humanity progresses in its she was now 26 years old, whereat for ever reioivcd one vote each: The ers parjcel on my new play in three lieve that Gen. Miles 'purposes mak instances and in many Instances is a who were out that lato at night, that knowledge of hygienic living, a subbefore she lud been but now, tho rain, a butterfly, tho union net!' many birds began to twitter and ject great interest is ing war on Secretary Alger and the hardship on those people who do prepare for an early rising. Detroit Journal. The Mnnnger Ye. I havo lmd lack, a tiger's skin, salt, and It last- takenin which the drug shop will being bo in administration, and is seeking the not buy more than they need. A ed about an hour, or perhaps not so "George," she said, in a nervous gold, barrack?, and brooches and ninlc threo critics read it, uml each has If not, donl't fail to boo of the good portion (f the truck bought on long. Those who saw it are at a loss less and less demand, until, after the whisper, "you must give mo lime decided in its favor. silk. support and lapse of ages, it may become entirely you must give me time." The Author So jou will proIu sonic rases a revision asdcsired "How At the demo the market is thrown away because to explain what occasioned it. Democratic lenders. extiiict. Until that time the drug'-gis- t long?" he hoarsely asked; "a day, a the next day. The girl who at lirst duce it? congressional committee they people have to buy more than they cratic COOLER IVKATHFR. will continue to ply his-- calling, week, a month, a year?" "No no, approved tiro rain wished afterward. The Manager Unfortunately, alleviating by his drugs' the ills of n G'corg1," and she quickly scanned, the to change it for a hotie with snow ciich insists that ono act are disposed to be mysterious and need. The housekeepers of this city should be wink with tho left eye and hint at the should unite to break up the custom. I Ills 1h the Prediction For To. too rapid civilization, in which men sky; "only until the moon gets behind dropping from it, a little street in cut out. have no limo to rest and repair their a cloud." The Author 0, thnt can bo done. day. Hoxbuiy Oazette. front and a post ollice at the end. underground connections and sensaNO MEETING. frasted energies, but pimply patch The Manager Alas, each critic of "The troublo with you is that you Tho boy who admired barracks next tional developments, but decline to them up by the use of the apothehove been eating and drinking too Iiaddtm hall. Another the three insists on cutting out a difThe meeting ot the Paducah MedYesterday the mercury went as cary's wares.' And because of this, discuss the incident in plain lanmuch, and haven't taken enough ex- boy, who nt lirst suggested a ship i ifli ferent act. Judy. ical and Surgical Society for1 last high as 90 degrees in the shade, and the druggist will for a long Tho easiest Alter oa earth to guage. night at the Boyd inQrmary did not today the lowest point reached was main an important member time re ercise. What lwve von been doinu sails, withdrew this in favor of u of teyf" VsAt tho war department the Imprcs-- - como off,- - as there wore but two or 72. The indications are for clear rniiiiiiimity in which he chooses any Santiago "I've jii6t como home from puiuiier, iiu n no inougilL (fs nun nrnjiatitS'MfllL say thoy sell morel . clean. Call nnd on tirir-n- . ' . to on sick leave." Cleveland because of the smoke. Second is three present. , and cooler weather. kw prevails that "Gen. Mile luuuclL--Jifl!ucirOIIWljf ott', l'lar.tntltm CMILCure.tlmn others. : I lUBMf t 3 jUbliih I j.Wn DCAcTf ,.-,.-.w. i ' . rluaadfe , 1JJ. t V-- ' L rrt. t M v r I v ,r Phillips 0, - - 1 cus-tomo- appreciation from his relatives and tho Scotchmen horn and bred in tin tame surroundings, lie shared tin old cross of beiug almost without honor in his own country. A write) in the Atlantic Monthly (ays that nr acquaintance of his own had been a' school with Carlylc, and, though lit oftejp unwittingly threw some Eide light on the philosopher's character he had not the slightest appreciation of his greatness. This man rrac Carlvle's "lteminiscenccs," and re membcrcd many of the events there in recorded; but this was the style 0: his comments: "Oh, Tarn, Tarn, that'i just liko you! Ye were aye sair af Hided with tiro big head, aye brnggini about and a' belonging t you." "A cantankerous le3r," wai the description this man gave of lun as a boy. "None of us liked him he was nyc saying biting, jibbinj things." Perhaps there .a a littli personal rancor at the root of thi' criticism, for the two boys had fought and Tom Carlyle had given' the othe: a sound thrashing. Biit this was no' the only Scotchman who saw hit countryman from the commonplace side. An American pilgrim, on lm way to Craigcnputtocli, one day over took a native, of whom he inquirer about the Carlylc. "Oh, ay," said he "I ken the Cnrlyles! Tarn is a writei of book?, but we do not think mud 8f him in these parts. .Teems is tin best of the family. He sends tin fattest pigs to Dumfries market." A native of Ecclefcchan once remarkec to a visitor: "Don'tgotoEcclefcchar expecting to find worshipers of Car lyle. You will find that other mem hers of the family arc held in fn; higher esteem." And so, accordin to another storv, it proved. Tor gentleman, on bting introduced f( James- tarlylc, the youngest brothn of tho author, ventured to remark "You'll be proud of your great broth erl" But he had mistaken his man James replied in the broadest of Ai iiandale: "Me prood 0' him! I thiol he should be prood 0' me!" 1 - THE ELOTHERIUM. Interesting Discovery of Bones of an Animal Long Extinct The discovery of the entire skeleton ot an elothcrium in the Bad Pffteot FUr-Ooeni- ng Books ROADWAY DR. H.T. HES3IG Otllco 418 fr Lands, 5U miles east of Rapid City, The New York Weekly Tribune THE GREAT Adam street. Telephone 270. 4 -- S. 1).. has aroused considerable inter est among paleontologists. The valuable find is accredited to Prof. O. C. DELIA CALDWELL, M. D. i National Family Newspaper and Physician and Surgeon For Dr. J. E. COYLE THE SUN, BOTH One Year for $1.00 int A. T. PHYSICIAN 4 frii-eul- llrt-rid- Attorney at Law Everything- - Few New Fixtures and an Entirely ATTORNEY LAW NEW OUR MEAT MARKET J t P. F. School-Teache- L.ML-L.- Y y k , a Tri-cnni- Attorney at Law well-to-d- A y i."-Washi- (la-ictt- c. cu-to- m n, Have You Water Filter? a... y to-da- RG. HARLAN, J R, V AQDAPURA ll d -- -- , - .r 1&W & Ufe. V Li 1). A. gii ? 1 11 i 1 1 1 ! H I i 1 1 B llTlTrMKj nTKTTTTiTji IN THE A hm I If It fails to cure go to your merchant AND GET YOUR MONEY BACK. We will refund to him. Price 50 cts. VAN Sole DRUG CO., Proprietor MEMPHIS, TENN. YIJISElt. Wholesale Aeent. "So thev can uso their backs for was mo nuon. blackboards, An Irishman applied lo ACayor Lang the other day for a position as He noticed that tho mayor hostler. always rodo a good horse and came to tho conclusion that ho noeded a good man to attend to it. "I've already go a man who attends to it just like I want him to, Ho and It doesn't cost mc a cent. is the man I had been looking for a long time, and is tho only man I ever found upon whom 1 can depend," he was told. MIDDLE AGES. J. C. UILBKKT. Locnl Agent. A THE DESIGNERS. PENSIONS! t t t Criminal Condemned to Death Has ..Two Chancea for tile. WAR CLAIMS! ft( -- t nro pnrtlculnrly careful In tho Maun ilorlng of eolorod goods, hnndllui; fltch In such a wny that ovou dyos which aro not warantod ta.nl will not Nogllgoo shlrtn, starchod nml plain. nhlrt waists, tlon, Books, otc. cloniiHod Ironod and flnlshod by tho Star Stoam laundry In a manner which cannot fall to ploaso. WE 2THR0UQH VtSTIBUlEO TRAINSDAIUf THROUWUt PlNGftBUffCT CARS rROM HEitMlEAJiS fdo. HT. NASHVILLE T CHICAGO r.P.JEFFRIE5.0.P.A fVANiVILLE.INO. O.n.l1ILLr1AN.05.1 KASnVlLLE.TtNII. J. 4. STAR SIIamTaUNDRY, W. YOUNG & HON, Proprloton. 120 North 4th 8t. ISM. Mock. 1CA1LKOAD A. L. LASSITER huicrfijrtor.lt I)AH ILLINOIS CKNTKAL "LOUIS VI Tline Table In effect July J. it . Notn New Orlearu 7 SO pm J'kaon, Mlu.lt 47 m MempoU 7W Ieav. Lt.K AND MKMIMUS DIVISION Uoni- D- SoWI no M tn 00 tu l M pm a Ml Architect and National lltnk American, llulTdliiK Superintendent flrrinin Third KV I'loor pm J'kaonTenn.lOSVam ion pm Ultra, 111... 104Sam tJ Fallon ArrtTf. Vadacah. ...I l'ADCCAII pin 0 pin ti 01 1 am No.lM FOR I JH. OB (OR f It Lear. , 14 am BO) am mm I'aducah. Princeton.... Jlipin & AITlTO. ..SISpmlSOam T4Jain tn TO No ZH "Humph," was the deprecating retort, "Oi guiss it's a nager yez hired, hegorra." "No. not a nigger," corrected the paper patterns aro of the Of our wall mayor. cleverest men in the profession. "Who moight it ba?" inquired the Tlurcforo our designs arc charming. disappointed applicant, as he started paper to the wall W e aim to suit the to leave. and its use. If for a parlor you "It's myself," was the rcjolnd.er, a good background for pictures want satisfied. of tho room. and the Irishman left and complete the beauty t t t Not a paper that will spoil their efThere is consltlcrublo indignation fect. Let us show you our patterns. in tho Sixth ward over the way one llCTUltIS I'KAMIiS of the election otllccrs acted at the MAIMS lOOKDElt. registration tho other day. lie' made the assertion that no Colored voter could register after 8 a. in., and that 00m L. P. BALTHASAR, ti!:t - no republican whaVever could regis- am i r pm LouUvlllt .loaipm 7 40atu lit) put .. 7IOatu 1144 am Cincinnati 9)1 XI SOOTN ttoOKD M Owenaboro 0 00 pm 00 KranarUle IMpra TSOpm llopklaiTlllo NoriourllU. . 4i pro 1X1 am 10 4S am ) am 4 iu am pm Ontral City.. Hon llraocb.e U pm VI am I 07 pm 1 1 & 1 40 am 9 8 00 pm 8 M am a am BO) pin NO. IWOAIMVAY, WRITTEN AT RANDOM. ter after I p. in. Toe result was that a good many of the .colored men believed him and failed lo register. Ho laughs about it, sad says he was ouly Joking, but tho joke was evidently not :t Cincinnati XjOuUtlllo s ,7 10 atn f 4V pin am 9 SS pin I Owenbnro 1'rtneoion OairICIi I'utaeah llnplnTlll Ktaimllle ....main I! Vallll ...IllUnn , 40 . , . N arrit 30 a 116 pm IJWpniJIi !t0puiJlsauilO0af.4optt. is am v pm m ft BMa:40iui pin No IM tSOpml I'aducah Artlre JM pm Pulton .. .ampin Catm Jackjon. IVna ...OJpui Hm(Wp M amTW p Mmpal. rrt Arrlre . I It am 1 pm Jackaon.MlM.. (lr"DTlll(i MIm 1 00 am 6 44 pm .. Vkksburi: . 6 30 am Havcboi iwnaTttpm Nw Orleaoa hT. I.OUIS DIVISION. 1 aspmlltaui lpu 4US -- all aro IntcrcHted. A f.ubjoct In which therein general Intoreot la the Hilhjcct of glaaaoa. Tliero are few peoplo who ilo not need thoin. May run great rlnlc In not having thorn. Wo lit your tyon and give you better night. Vo'i aro plmtRud with what wo do for your oyon. 1 charge jou 81.00 to 81.60 for Biimo quality HpoctHclcM other parties charge you 4.T50 to 8fl for. J. J. I1I.KIC1I, iZ Broadway L- - y t"i I T i j XI aotrtn boomd. a to, I 41 pie HI. Loula . "Peaco hath her vlctorlea no Ions ro arrlr Pad.can ...... TWpm, oe markn! All train run oallr eicepl nowncd than war ' with a alar, which do tint ruo un Sunday, "To the ictora belong tho itpoila." No 9.8 and an carry I'ullman bnfltleeptm eara and free recltnlaK chair cam between Via rtnnatl and New UrTeaiM, I'ulliaaa ilepr To our customers belong the profits between KTanarlllfl anl atorapbli. Trains sol and so run aolia Uinwn Clneln this week. We have met the nail and New Orleana, carrying l'ullmau but feHlepe enemy and we've got 'em. aolld between l'adu TralarSI and !ll run cab and llopklnllle. VK IIAVK SILKNCKD THh ror Information, ticket or reservation arolrWiA II. ltiKn.il I., A Chicago, 111 KOltT of high prices with the UonleTllle, V. A. Kellon.l. A ll ! A no iolil to the trade. Our C. C. McOartr. 1. I A.. St. lyiuU, or, J.T. Donovan, C, A raducab Kv llgiircti, at all tiuios the LOWKST, lion- - ktufk all the rest in the ahadu From our thus goods limy jet bo Mime olioive tilings in hot weather stuff, on wliieh we won't (juote any prices, though ollicrs lo JUNE 1 TO NOVEMBER 1 that for a bluff. Thttu goods you us joti wish tbem ; yoursilf can 1898 make the prices to .suit. And wlieu Bent reached from tho nouth, cant and you bae tpunt a few dollars you get We are sellt lino picture to boot. west by tho ing the handsomest DKKS SKI UTS MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY ever sold in tills end of the stale; for has than the goods can be In olpgant onulpment,conUt-Inbought at, all home made and right of recllnlnK chair cara up to date. Uur LADIKS WKAlt (aoata froo of oxtra chargo), ploarx the fairest, and looks lovely Pullman buffot looplng cara fcndcomfortablohlgh'hackBoat on creatures lesa fair; Our style, coaches. which ate ever the raroit, "an women declare. And ALL POINTS charming," fair REDUCED RATES FROM the nien folks never forget us, when ne.ding NICKSUIUTS and FIN'K DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE and SUOKS. They know wo keep the Boo agont for ticket, tlmo tahlos !is9ortinent from which they can other Information. easily choose. I It. T. O. MATTHKWa, T. 1 A. Our SIIOKS arc the best and IAJUIHVILLK, KV. ilicnpest on top of the earth or below and every last pair is as "solid" as the rocks in tins Korta of Morro. You may fancy this quite out of reason, but a trial will prove it is SAINT LOUIS true. Just to wind up for the season , FOUTY CKNTS buys n PLAN SIIOK. Iu OA1TKUS and UL'Tl'ONS and Ka!o75candS1 per Day LACKS we can 111 every foot to a Reilaurant, Popular Prices "T." "Cousin Georgie, how dainty DINNER your feet look!" "1 wear Dorian's SPECIAL shoes don't you see?" SPECIAL HKEAKFAST Klch people are pleased with the AND SUPPKK S beauty of our LINF.NS, LACK No. I llwtfitcak or mntton cho. twutowi, i anu jrult .. and UUGS, and other folks cakraor wanico.nr No. S llain.twoftcMiotaux'',cuVi'HorwiiIi think it a duly to follow tho taste tie and wllw uJ;.."." ctkra No, 3 fork rhnpa with lailalo,1 . v nf "big bugs. and roHM or lea ... or wamei, trado is increasing and Our un ' i.akn trout. butK"rucw, caUca or al a jnllKorbullrrnillk healthy our prices creating a muss; boulllou, hot OatniKal and cralii.r No. t rolls, liutlcrandrofcoorti'.i .. we hold fast the trade of the wealthy, No. 8 Two gK, butler, tot and tolTie or ' and "the poor wu have always with ' tea...... la?a I'aducah Arrlie SuLoaU Uta OUTH BOCKD. It. 14 pm, 7.41pm, e 7,10 isra "LOT US HAVE PEACE' am 4 .,..() bar-gui- , Exposition Omaha, Nebraska he R ST. JAMES HOTEL EUROPEAN 260 LOW-ql'AKTK- U CUU-TAIN- n-- a -- Take Market itrevl cam direct to l'olel.beat-o- nl, I'lan. Choaiwtt and K.uroi-a- W r whjiyou .ct us." V .' t. -- .m t If You Want Your Laundry come to some of them free. Dene Right All will admit the above contains i ,inni, i,v tup. nniNKSK .r "more truth than poetry." Clothes callod for 102 Broadway. Kverybody come to this winding-u- p and retumod promptly. sale of the season. t t t SAM HOP 8INQ & CO, A certain small boy is the envy of DORIAN, JOHN J. manv of his companions since a few Whon In Motropolla A crowd of his friends - PAOUCAH, KY, davs niro. 0. 205 BROADWAY. top at vno thought it would be a good Joko to send him around in search of a job. v Malil-EffiogerUThev informed him that thcro wa9 a o by good position awaiting some one at a il 60 a day. D.Special ratoal'ropr. A. Bailev, well known Broadway manufactory, Undertakers nnl cmDalmcrs 6th on Ferry I; Detwoen 4th and and advised him to apply for it. atnre Telephone 1X8 180 S ''''- -' Hn.ldunc Tolxohnnelf" I'licy had no idea there wes a job thero awaiting an applicant. LOW UATKs TO ST. LOUIS. The unsuspecting youth went rapIt 'W lllghcil caih pricei paid by and applied, and BOUGKNO & SON of the St. Louis Fall idly to tho place WILLIAM On account was told that there was an opening, Uail-roa- d carry a line o no. I'Vstlvitius the Illinois Central 8 Coutl .Iteel. We al.o he would be paid 8(5 a 1 piv.ri-uvWce,1Company will on Tucsday.Sept. and that shipping clerk. He acweek as goodi lor old. ibauge new 13th and each succeeding Tuesday when his sell tickets to St. cepted tho position, and u until Oct. liim diligently at one nml one third companions saw Louis and return nt J work there n day or two afterwards, faro for the rouud trip, good for their surprise was equalled only by three days. Tho joke was their discomfiture. On Thursday, sept. 10111 nni cacu on lliem. DKALXB in succeeding Thursday until Oct. 27th t t t at one faro for the round trip, good o "1 flco where the school hoard is .V Stipli and Fancy Groceries for three days. a'low colored children to go On account of the St. Louis talr, goiDg to remarKeu Biods of All (Inds, Unlets will he sold from Oct. 2 until to the white scnoois, ClMl. one faro for the wui! this morning. Oct. 8th Inclusive nt "Whv?" was the quick reply of Oct. Fn dUtry to all parta of tho city lound trip, good returning until ta'l tho gentleman to his right. U0N0YAN, Agent, 10th. J. T. uac 'land-calliop"land-calliopes." Our l'ICTUUKS the ohms of imvoutaw in every "sweet home" ought to be, when just for n few dollars' purchase, jou'ro wel- received, in the same it was offered. The statement ho made was, of course, absurd, and no sensible man would believe it under ordinary cir A well known citizen of Dutch ex ciunstanccs, but the disrepute the traction scat to the grocery the other Groebcl election law has come into day for a pound of butter. Ibc boy renders anything relative to elections days, especially returned with it, and rcrorieu mai n crcditible these ino uuieumau among the less intelligent element. cost thirty cents, was wroth, and hastily placing on Ins hat he weut to the grocery and TEMPERANCE WOMEN handed hack the butter. "Dot vas irost doo much," he de Guv. Bradley and Stat'; clared as he shoved It across the show Tlnvnkcd Seaator ISTonston. case. "1 vont nod bay dirty cends 1 vill bay von for dot putter. Tllrt lsdics who attended the "W. C. quardcrl" "Thirty cents is tlie price, ana we T. U. convention at Ijouisville rewell cannot sell it for less," replied the turned home this iiKunir.g grocer, as he replaced the butter in pleased with the hospitality accorded the ico box. "Y'ou can't get it for them. The convention chised Tuesday a cent less anywhere in town." "I can ged dot putter Tor dirty night with tho address of Mr. Wool-oWhile the ladies cents on dot market," the would be of Chicago. purchaser declared, as he left shaking were gratrful to Mist Christine Bradhis head and dislocating the ten ley for using water In the christening in Hebrew or something of tho Kentucky, a resolution to desimilar. He boarded a car and was clare her the daughter of tho v'. C. At T. U. was not adopted. Condolence noon spinning towards market. the Market house he found plenty of was extended the 'women of Illinois for their unsuccessful light in regard butler, and it sold for twcnty-ilv- c cents a pound. He bought a pound, to the christening of the battleship and in his exultation he spent ten Illinois. A resolution to discourage cents on the way back to the street the reading of Sunday papers was A. vote of thanks to Gov. uur. fur beer and then took the first adopted. car that came along. Bradley and to Senator Brouston for Ueaching his destination, ho their championship of legislation jumped off ami made a bee lino for favorable to the cause of temperance He darted in tho door, was also adopted. the grocery. held his purchose aloft, and exclaimed Many of the delegates will remain triumphantly, "Sec vot 1 god it voncc in the city for a number of days, tlje alrcatty, and I didn't bay put a guests of the local temperance quarter vor id, eider. Vot I dell leagues. on iou, vot I dell you? 1 shumpsgolly,a Don't experiment, Imt get the old car uud mages a quick trib, py bhusl do show you dot you sharge reliable Plantation Cbill Cure. doo much vor dot putter." "You took a car, then," inquired ItllEUMATISM CURED. the grocer. "Dot's vot 1 tid, und I culd haf After eminent physicians and all god ten bounds more of dcr putter other known remedies fail, Botanic cf 1 vautcd nt." Blood lalm (11. H. 10 will quickly "Did you ride back on the car.'" cure. Thousands of. testimonials atasked the grocer. test tills fact. No case of Rheuma"Yess, I ride pack, doo, and drink tism can stand befoj e its magic healtwo peers on de vay." ing power. Send for book of partic"rmhuinph," concluded tho gro- ulars, free. It contains evidence cer, "you spent ten cents for car that will convince you that 11. It. It. fare, tun cents for beer, and twenty-liv- e is the best euro for all blood and cents for butter, so you see your skin diseases ever discovered. Becents, ware of substitutes said to be "just butter cost you jun forty-livwhile you could have gottcu it hero as good." $1.00 per large bottle. for thirty cents." CUUKD AN1 A MlTKU .lorilNAUST The old Dutchman looked inquirTKST1K1KS. a few ingly at the groccryman for 1 was alllictcd for three years with seconds, scratched his head, and then gife me two rheumatism of the ankle and joints "Say, exclaimed: bounds uv dot putter, und don't say to such an extent that locomotion a tarn wort apout 1 make how pig a was dilllcult, and 1 suffered great sliackass out uv myself. Vc vill pain. 1 was induced to try a botdaku somedings on mo." And they tle of B. .JL It , and before 1 had completed the second buttle I expedisappeared into the saloon. rienced relief, and four bottles eft t t fected an entire cure. Six months A certain old bachelor has invented. have pasocd since tho swelling and Needles pain dlsppeared, and 1 will state that a new term for children. to say, lie is not fond of hcui, and 11. It. B. has effected a permanent never pays nny attention to them cure, for which 1 am very grateful. further than to ttivc them nicklcs to W. G. Wiiiiuir, Atlanta, Ga. get rid of tlicm. For solo by druggists. Address The other day he was passing a for book, Bloom Balm Co., Atlanta, house where several children were Georgia. plaviug In the yard, when they began no nun. imitating a war dance, or something similar. "I'll tell you," declared the bachelor, os he looked over ntthe The yearly meeting of the stockwhooping mob, "these M'f'g holders of tho Langstaff-Orare h II when they get started." Co. will ho held at their cilice in Thu gcntlemau with him says it is Ky., on the 10th day of Octhe first time he ever uearu cniuircn tober 18J8. 21)sU alluded to as Gko. Lanostakf, Sec. spirit in which In France in the middle ages a criminnl condemned to death had two lawful dinners for his life besides the pardon of his sovereign. Ono was in accidentally meeting a cardinal when on his way to execution, tho other wai in an oiTer of ninrringe from a member of the opposite sex after sentence was pronounced. This last seem? very unfair, inasmuch as criminals already married were nt a bad disadvantage, hut lnw in the middle nges often seemed more concerned with the picturesque thnn with justice, and these arrangements for saving dead nien to to spenk, have left many good ftcmes in the old chronicles. In 1IJ09 a cardinal named Kochette tared n man condemned to be hanged in Paris. The two mcton thestroct of Aubry lo Boucher, and the cardinal swore before the authorities that the. meeting was accidental, and the man rns set free. In 1382Charles VI. granted a par-3owhich turned into English reach thus: "Ilenrequin Doutart was condemned to he drawn to execution on o hurdle, and then to bo hanged by tin neck till dead. In accordance with which decreo he was drawn nnd carried by the hangman. to tho gibbet, and u hen he had the rope around his neck, then one Peannctto Mourchon, a maiden of the town of Ilawanicourt, presented herself before the provost ind his lieutenant and supplicated and requested of the aforesaid provost and his lieutenant to deliver over to hei the said Doutart, to be her husband Wherefore the execution was interrupted, and ho was led back tc prison, nnd, by the tenor of these letters it is our w ill that thesaid Doutart Fhnll be pardoned nnd released." Another story is not so well authenticated, but is very popular in isornianth's traditions. A man stood at tho foot of the gibbet with the rope about his neck when a shrewish sharp-voicewoman pressed through the crowd and demanded his life that she might marry him; the condemned man took one good look at her, then turned to the hangman nnd said: "A painted nose, a bitter tongue Proceed, I'd rather far be hung. Cleveland lender. READING AND BOOKS. Everybody Who Really Wanti To Find Some Leliure. Notary United Stat" War Claim A (rent an ' nrk-ft.- , I'ubllc VOl'CllKHS anperlatljr. opt). court home, I'aducah, McCrackri. io., K y. 1 JAMES A. WOODWARD COLORED :i DEPARTMENT. Mrs. John Moore left Tuesday for St. Louis. George Dunning, who was par doned from the penitentiary last year by Gov. Bradley for having shot and killed one Jodie Conn of Simpson county, a member of a mob that had gone to Dunning's House to kill him, has entered suit in tho federal court at Louisville against thirteen citizens of Simpson county for (0,000 damages. Dunning was a citizen of that county aud owned 125 acres of land In it. Col. Bennett II. Young is his attorney. The teachers in the counties of the state will receivo pay Saturday for the month or months they hare taught. Those who have done their duty by the boys and girls under tbeir care, deserve more than they will get; and thoso who havo not don't descrTe as much. Christian church invites the members and public at large to attend their entertainment at that church tonight. street WELL, IF THAT DON'T BEAT THE BAND Uncle dam da v. . uai a whatyou will say when you see Oux extremely low prices on furniture and house mrnisnings for the month of August. We are onering special bargains in furniture, iron beds, stoves, carpets, mattings, trunks, etc., for the month of August, in order to make room for our fall stock. Now is the time to buy cheap. We are also manufacturers of all kinds ot x mattresses and awnings. The leading upholsterers and repairers of furniture in the city. Your credit is good. The Junior Endearor of the Trimble-- GAEDNER BEOS. Telephone 396. 203-20- 5 & CO. D cwey ! South Third, E vcrything nice, W ith polito attention. E very day and night. Y our patronage solicited. L ook Up at our circulars. -datc. N umber 219 S. 7th St. C hoice lunches, II ot from the stove. Gov. Bradley has issued a proclamation asking the schools of tho state to observe October 10th as Lafayette day. Tho rhetorical exercises of the high school are proving" quite an interesting feature of that department. These exercises are held vcry Friday afternoon. Friends to education are always welcome. Mr. Pleas Jennings, who has been on the sick list for the past few H rapidly becoming tho favorite with tho people of this city. It leads ail weeks, is recovering. Uo has recently others, for tho reason that it is returned from a visit to his sister in the county. Don't forget the rally .next Sunday C. M. E. at the Husbands-stree- t BANDIED IN BOTTLES AND TT THK KEO BT church. Freachinff all iay. Rev. G. II. Burks, of the A. M. E. church, will preach in the afternoon at 2 ::)0. Everybody is invited ta the services at this church next F. J. Bcrgdoll, Propiictci Tenth and Madison streets Sunday and assist as much as. they Telephone 101. Orders filled until 11 p.m may in lightening tho burden of in""la Pop, Seltxer Wa'.ei and aJ mails of Temperance D-- "" which now hangs so heavdebtedness ily on tho house of worship. y, Cr OBERT 'S BEER ABSOLUTELY PURE PADUCAH BOTTLING CO. "A vast number of people do not caro a rap about reading," said Augustine liirrell. "Thev may pretend to, but they do not. Thoy say they cannot find tiino; it is the merest subterfuge. They could easily find time if thoy chose, but they prefer doingio many other things first. Thero is no great harm In this; thero are other pastimes besides reading. 8ome peoplo (not many) read a great deal too tmich, and would be all the better for doing a littlo observing. Mr. Bage-ho- t aid of Shakcspcaro that if no walked down a street ho knew what was in it. Ono of the wisest men I havo ever known could neither read nor write. Still it remains true thai unless you are fond of rending you will not read, and yet unless you read you cannot truly appreciate the work of penius. 'Head what yon like bestjdonot De ashamed of your tastes, or be deceived by novelty. I f yoi ere fond of fiction, give thebestthofirst chance. Read, for at-te- it The Free Will Baptists- ore holding a meeting every night, on South Third street, between O hio and Tennessee streets. Everyliody Inritod to attend. Seats free to all. Rev. K- - IlArKS. M$ 50c may save your life Plantation vm Chill Cure has saved thousands. -- KEEP OUT OF REACH OF THE SPANISH ...TAKE THE... GUNS! II kJS THE Use of ENGLISH POSSESSIVE. C. H. & D. to MICHIGAN .nm!c,'GuvMannering'andIIugo'i e 50c, may save your life. Planta-tio- n Chill Cure has saved thousands. Dr. Edwards, Ear, Kye, Nose and f. Throar Specialist, Paduca'' SOLDIHKS IlKKK. '& STATE HOTEL. tin-woo- Second Hand Goods r J from Lexington arrived this morning on fur. loughs. Among them is Elijah Wolff, of the city, but the others aro Metropolis boys who came here to Join, and who will spend their vaca tion there. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Micas County FltANK J. C1IKNKV makes oah that h ! of r the senior partner of the armthe CityJ of To A t' .. Jolnir business in anil htale aforeaicl, nnil that ial!nrnitUraytheaum'.fONKIICN0m:i IK3I.I.AU!! fm eaeh anil even caxenf c.tarrli that cannot be cureil by the uaanf l'Al.fV CIIK-NK- A crowd of soldiers "J. W. Moore, CATA.iu.icrur. 1 tn". ' Sworn to before mo ami ubacrlbftl tn my Some DlfTeiences. Don't you know Plantation Chill prwence, this (Un ilay of December, A. D. il. . - ,rn A, n,UlJCAnU,l, Cure is guaranteed to euro you? Miss Faeo Did he refer to mens S, Notary Public. t?$t J Tho Si'X is tho family paper of fair, fat and 10? Cararrb, Cure Is taken Inlernallr. nnrt Haifa ooO mucous It telU all the news of Pa- Miss I'au'tic -- Xo; he referred to acts 0 Irmly on the bSemi anil testimonials, s fur ol the nyalein. diinah and McCracken county. Are von ojjiomelv, fat & CO , Toledo, O. free; I'. J. CHUNKY oliby DrurgUl.Tfs. you a regular reader? ttcrnlti. s f Haifa Family l'UU r w th best, n,ANKJtCIIi:SKV 'Le? Miserablcs.' If, having doneeo, you deliberately prefer 'Knst Lynne,' it cannot be helped. Mrs. Wood was a voluminous author; nnd, after all, books were intended to be rend. But nobody who is really fond of reading needs to bo fold what to read. Lists of books aro made for the people who do not caro about ivading, and are n little uneay because of their indifference. They buy Sir John Lubbock's 'Hundred IlestMtooks,' chatter qucitci: about them for n brief while, and then retime the even tenor of their book- - i "What iJ the on'n nmlwn-oi- i for the recent practice, u". using i!ie letless way." ter 'V foltouuig t tie AiMMrophc in Albinos Prized by Saltans. case oC nouns ending the pose,.-sh'- o One of thmot curious conditions with an ?'" "Has the uage hcr-- abandoned of if the hair is that known ns albinism. Tlio perfect albino has hair of a dull letting the ending V stand for the 'a' nulkv or pearly white color, usually of the possessivo tase?" To theio quest ic.ns Prof. Allen very soft and silky. The pupil of the i of n bright red color, and tho generally pink. Albinism is ins "To the first, question I reply that really due to want of pigment in theso this usage is not recent. It has its ran mi structures, thu redness in tho origin in the Angio-Si.xo- n inflection of tho geiritivo 'es which enmc in ive being simply diu to Jhe blood circulating the back of tho eyeball. time to bo written V For illustraTrue albinism may he regarded n tion of this usage in modern Knglish hereditary. Thus many families nro earlier thnixthe present century, comand have been for many generations pare: 'An ass's, coif Bible. 'By Ubinos in Circassia, a province of Douglas's counsel' W. Scott, 'llc'r bell' Fielding. 'The Uiissia. Tor this reason Circassian mistress's countess's lnvcs were highly prized byTurkish Walpole command' ultan; and iu their many ciids tho Lorelei's w ifc' Sheridan. s I'lirki-- h "But usage has always varied, and were obligedto hand jver the albino women fortheisultan'a especially in. poetry vs the inflection ('s) often omitted for metrical reasons. harem. Compare: 'Young Paris' face' Plantation Chill Cure is 'asdc by Shakespeare. 'C'n&shis' dagger' Drti" Co., hence Shakespeare. Vim 'Old 'Lycurgus' sons' is reliable. nnd everywhere, in Thomson, prose nnd verso t frequent occurConscientious. rence. Addison writes (Spectator) Thief (milking wav with alidtand 'Moses's serpent,' but it seems preferoven.. it in the cloakioom) Xow, able where three? sibilants come toI don't know, I'm lire, w?;rtjier;thnt gether in this way, to drop the inflecerne or that mnhrell.t goowitu!hcflc tion, ns in the P.iblical 'Most'' scat.' ' i'M'rr tl "'I. "In answer to the second question may ho sitid thnt present usage fuVi.u laku no risk on Plantation Chill it rors the stridor uo of tho inflection Cure at It is guaranteul in cine. ('s) wherevrr jiossible, but regards ns ( cut hidoleiif.. "Wot's de harsh the rwlditionnl 's when it would i ., .i. . i i i cause (lire sibilant's to come close tov. Mil up (U way nr iivetn-iocW moriiinj:? Plodding gether. Tjhe possessive case of Mnr-rimquiii'il .Imps, is Morris's (three syllables) Prto indignantly. "Vell,"nuswered Mike, "I take ,'o much nnd Jones's (two syllables). "'That U Miandciing comfort out o' (loin isothin' tint 1 a bigger dog than Jones' would cerfought I'd like to git an early start." tainly not be regarded as good. Knglish." Star. . o. g S" After Apostrophe in Nouns Ending in "S '" In newspapers, magazines nnd books there is noticeaMo of late a to use tendency on the part the letter "s" in tho. possessive in cr..lv u r.u "s" nt cases Ik re " In the end of. Lie i on , It is n vv t '.tin1 old foiin, V.dt nrd abandoned, lo' : ft. P.-A. Allen, of i.. wi!ir r'ity oi .Mis- souri. w.n nppi .v not w u St. Lotus Republic nian uim :J L the ft llnw-in- THREE TRAINS DAILY FINEST TRAINS IN OHIO FASTEST TRA.NS IN OHIO J L$J Michigan and the Great Lakee constantly growing In popularity. Everybody will bo thero this summer. For Inform- ation inquire of your nearest tickot agont. W) X$ ESTABLISHED 1864.- - Miss Mary R. AGENTS Telephone 174. E. Greif & Go :e GENEEAL INSUEANCE PADUCAH, EX FIRST-CLAS-S 1 SCIENTIFIC AND Pa.-hn- BLftCKSMITHING 4 REFftlRING HORSESHOEING Vlect-Mansfiel- d f. ' All work guaranteed. W. Of GREIF, Court Street bet. 2d and 3d. -- fir FREE Surpasses leiiif This f ONE TRIAL rfl- lOTTLE ftMftiWWWWft An External Tonic Applied Skin. Almost Beautifies It at by Haclc. t dm the i -- s, HiDf nrDrfttIonfl Intended lo battiUfy tha eomn1tan h&f fiiliVtl ina IK da not nrtxlnea kta. lWcu rffftct on lh lit Mtt still CoruiUiton Tonic ba such an fTt, It F4lwhre all niare cottnt'.ui IdTariaM rait. Thu nrrat rtuMlr. dioTnxl by th Mitt llrll. tli Miuinant rOtnplatlOQ aDoCltllll. ut "(u. T Avtmiia. Hmw V.irk I'tlf. ttArrioa ntt all nrftr ol th IkmI, U j ititlaraling and vitaliamg imiHirihra. which tb Wood forcta to tb nuciim Bpuiivua iP4C. vim vim. uictU04. mom uaieu. wrinkita. uitr siMiia. romm omntM aou erupuuu uiwp.war. aou me sua txifl and rojr a bab The Mi wi Urlt Mill thia month to all who Jtr- -, '. . Cill at ttiair parira.a (r trUI tMiitU u( thair Uon r-I vlaiion Tonic Tho who !( at a duUoco way nafoafrao buttla by ttindlna 7 cants tn ailfr or tanpa to cover tha cit u( puckln aod dahvtnnf iba prfca c( Ihia urouderfut Unia U Out LK.Ilar a bottU. Iba Mitwi DaU'f nw booV. MHcrtia of Iaqty.M la frta. It llla tiuw a, woman can saiu and ra on kan m sotd troinuUituo. Knacial chautf color tha and cara of tbo had, bow to mfwrta tta tuatr. aven to an advancx( ana Alao how toiai 3? . i riuoi lUDfriiaoua nair un intj nres anu ariua witia book wilt b - out lniurf to thaaktn. This alnabtCorravo&dena ,a.51Wit--'liijallK- l tuatir addraon raguuvt. uarvsa. icorUlaiiaoiwiiao. nnitf THE DISCOVERY AGE A Woman wu the Iaveator. , ik tr !. - '4 ii 4fiS t THS MIMM HLU TS Wfifc KviiMf New York ity.. frjld inPiulacftb by W, B, NoVbeiwi Corr4tb nod .. - . m . lawinivi'M . ii-ti- awl .fSlriNA fS 3 itl r. . , -- - hA .- z, fr!; zmA s .?. ri ! Tfca Buried in the Mines ol the. St. if i- Bernard 6c bushel - Coal Go. Are treasures as precious to life as those of Golcondu... comtienr Pittsburgh and Anthracite at DELIVERED, St. Bernard Lump, St. Bernard Nut, 7c bushel - bottom prices FOIt Sl'OT.GASU ONLY ST. BBRNABDCOAL COMPANY (lNCOnPOUATKO) .127 BROADWAY TELEPHONE NO. 8 &&&i!&-)&&99999999a r it SHORTLOCALS. riantnt'.on Chill Cure a mado by Drug Co., hence Van is reliable. Vlcut-Mai'sOc- hl PERSONALS. JNUl'STltlAI. COM.MIS- - eC!ceececc Mr. Will Levy ha3 returned from St. Louis. Miss Laura Hand continues to improve. Mr. Itahb Noble has returned from St. Louis. Mr. M. Livingston has returned from bl. Louis. Mr Walter Smith, of Oyer, Tcnn., ij in the city. Miss Ora Leigh has returned from a visit to Mayiicld. .Mr. W. L. Whitncll, of Murray, vas iu (he city today. Mr. J. J. Head left today for Owcnsboro to attend the fair. Mr. Hen C. Keys, of Almo, was in the citv this morning on business. Air. W. II. McNair, of Kddyville, was in the city yesterday on business. Miss Ccraldinc Sanders went up to Princeton Him morning to attend the fair. Mr. Charlie James, of Kvansvillc, left this morning for Princeton to attend the fjir. Messrs. Dick Rudy and W. II. Mcl'herson have returned from St. Louis. Mr. Lex Fears has gone to Hayti, Mo., being called there by the illness of his father. John Dipple and Leslie Soulc will go lo the Owcnsboro fair tomorrow. Mrs. W. L. Gowan and daughter, Miss licrtie, have returned from their summer vacation. Mr. Oan Tolcr, of Sclma, Ala., arrived yesterday on a visit to Mrs. ICos Little, his uiecc. Mr. Duncan Galbrcath, of New Orleans, is a guest of Mrs. E. A. Holland ou North Sixth. Attorneys Josiah Harris and I. M. Quigley leave in tbo morning for Dawson, on business. Col. J. J. Dorian has returned from Cincinnati and the east, where hi went to buy goods. Messrs. O. Stevenson and II. Key, of Maylield. were in the city today en route home from St. Louis. Mr. J. W. McDonald, of Frankfort, was in the city today en route to Murray on a visit to his relatives. Mrs. George McKlhinncy, of Kvansvillc, and Miss Laura Laner-cakeof Jeffersouville, arc visiting Mrs. Minnie McKIhinncy, of Clay s, SlOXKIt COS1 INC. Mr. George C. l'owcrs, industrial commissioner of the Illinois Ccnlrnl, nrll be in the city in n few days on lie nil! come a tour of inspection. 1 c.'c on important bitsinci-- with the CiMimcrctal and Manufacture- asso ciation. Uallon Tailoring Co. are mnkirg clothes for tlie best dressed people in the city. They can ill ami plcacc In I you. Try them. PAINl-'Ul.L- MUltT. Kay Lock win, a clerk in Master Mechanic letter's olllee al the N.,C. & St. L , had a foot painfully cut last night about 1 1 o'clock al his hoarding house. lie and Jfrncst Jones, who is employed at the I. C. olllee, were throwing water on eacii other when Jones was struck by a pan of water, and iu jumping off the porch the other yoiing man stepped on a piece of broken tumbler and bled pro'uscly before aid reached dressed the him. Or. Robertson injury. In THE BEST SHOES the city are found at Ccchrau atvery low prices. 331 Broadway. II KK work." During the Street Fair at Cairo, W. II. Schroedcr deeds a lot in commencing next lucsday the 11th Jersey to Annij NY roth for 81. Sackett and Hull, of Louisville, inst., and on Saturday the 15th, the deed a piece of property to Chas. Dick Fowler will make rates of 81.50 round trip tickets, good for Ave days, Kirchoff for $1,050. which embraces the week's fair, end R. S. Harnett deeds a lot to R. U. ing Saturday the 15th. The Fowler Anderson for $275. will leave here positively at 8 a. in., Z. Powell deeds a parcel of land to so all those who may attend should R. H. Anderson for 8800. govern themselves accordingly. Jacob Zeigler deeds to R. II. Best whi3key in the city Cartney, receiver, town lots amountat Lagotnarsino's. ing to $2,500. Ellnc A. Hryan deeds to T. A. TO CURE NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA. Uryan a lot in the city for 8550. Cairo, 0.7, stand. Chattanooga, 15.0, rising, Cincinnati, 4.5, falling. Kvansvillc, 5.1, stand. Florence, 1.5, falling. Johnsonvillc, 2 7, falling. Louisville, 3.G, stand. Mt. Carmel, 2.7, falling. Nashville, 2 5, falling. Paducab, 4.4, falling. Pittsburg, 5 (, falling. St. Louis, 1 2, falling. The Dick Fowler cleared on time tbii morning for Cairo. She had fair business. Abfoluttrftrt The excursion which was to be cWon for the benefit or honor of the battleship Kentucky, on the Dick Kxrtmi eo.. new rot. neiti Fowler tomorrow up to tho Tennessee river bridge, has been declared off for reasons not explained. REAL KSTATE TRANSFERS. The II. W. Buttorff will report Mrs Ducy Ovcrby deeded a lot In this afternoon from Kvansvillc and the city to 11. E. Sanders for 8150 return shoitly after arrival. The City of Pad 'cab is due to Kli.abeth Seitz deeded two Jots to morrow morning from St. Louis for Lena Fye for 8600. Tennessee river. S. Pctter deeded to J. W. Hell The City of Sheflleld from Tennes $600. tract of land in the county for a tract of land to see river is due for St. Louis torn or Alice Hart deeds row. Henry K. Ross for $500. The river roso at Chattanooga 8 Clarence Dallam, of Louisville, confers the nowei of attorney on feet in 24 hours up to 8 o'clock this morning. The river will reach 20 Henry llurnctl. feet before it comes to a stand. deeds a tract of laud N. S. Allen Strong indications of rain, with toS. J. Culver for 81,100. steady breeze from tbo cast. Lulu Singleton and others tiled The Spread Eagle has been en uuit claim deed to M. K. Goodman tcrcd for the steamboat raco at Cairo to property on Adams street. next Tuesday, tho 11th. Tho Geor Clements Uros. deed a lot King gia Lee, Dick Fowler and Spread Grief for $200. hagle are all famed for great speed, J. M. Quinn confers the power of and arc what may be termed three cracker-jacks- . atcorney to Geo. Langstaff, Jr. Business in river circles was very Schroedcr deeds a lot on W. H. West Court street to Annie Ncwratb ipiiet today, only two arrival 1 and departures. for the consideration of 81. Capt. Bill lyovo and son, Ed, have Carrie Schroedcr deeds a lot to Win. Schroedcr on the corner of all the work they can attend to at Third and Jackson streets for ihe present. sum of 81)00. The P. I). Staggs leaves at 5 p. m. W. II. Schroeder deeds a lot on today for Tennessee river. John East Court street to Lulu Hannon Carroll and Ed Pell do the "circular tk Mffcil kMM. ActMl (Mil tMri rartlwr tW RTI ! f" r tr hrmi. It fcMfl Mi f4 MM- - NEWS OF THE RIVERS. Air. GOOD JOB, "CHICKENS" Bow CAME HOME. Trick Harney Elected Assistant En- glncer of Paducab, UJh a Good Position tho Curie of a Venreful Plagues Mr. Swift. mi at Louisville. POWDER The Imisvillr Times of recent date, in speaking of Mr. R. O. Harney, tho young man appointed assistant illy engineer by the city council come time since, which iii'llon rescinded by a msjorlly vote, says : "Acting upon the recommendation of City Engineer Parson, the Hoard of Works has dismissed 11. K. Itussman, a levclcr employed In the engineer's department, and has filled the vacancy by the appointment of U. O. Harney. This action was due to the great amount of sewer work that will shortly bo commenced by the city. New sewers are to be built and old ones repaired Mr. Itussman was a new employe in the department, and while his experience was sulllclent for ordinary woik, it is said, ho has had no -xpcricnce in heavy sewer construe-ion- , nhereas his successor, Mr, Htruer, is abundantly equipped in that direction. He was a former employ c of tho engineer's department and exhibited special quahticalions. Ot late he has been nn attache of the K. and I KiMge Cninpsny. "Tho numerical strength of the engineer'.- force Is fixed hy law, hence it was iiivt'Hiary to rtuiuve a man to make loom fur the new apMintec, whoe micos wi'l be in urgent demand from lliK time forth " Pa-ducw-snlm-ipiciilly - SPAIN AS A REPUBLIC. listed Two Years tai Uid Fire Differ eat Preiideotk. Tuculj-fh- c yivrs ago Spain was forSl. ten-ce- & SPAIN Has backed down, and to have prices. Read the following low t cash prices for Saturday only and be convinced : si-o- lo Gain Flesh, to Sleep Well, to Know What Appetite und Good Digestion Mean, Make u Test of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. Intorcstlim Experience of an diaunpolis Gentleman. In- - DKOPPIiD POCKET HOOK. Ofllccr Gray saw a negro pick up a packet book dropped from an I. 0. passenger train in the I. C. yards vesterday. He auestcd the negro, and got the purse, which contained a t'chet from Dycrsburg to Louisville and 55 cents. The mem was taken before Judge Sanders, and there be' inn no evidence that he intended to The lady, steal it, wat discharged. Mrs. W. A. Jones, who Is now in Dyersburc, has been uotitied by Judge Sanders. SEE OUR WINDOW For the best $3.50 man's shoe in the city. Uetter than you can buy elsewhere for 81. CocniiAS & Owkn. 6RANUUTED SUGAR, 18 LBS.-.- . $1.00 High Patent Flour, Star Soap, 8 bars Fresh Navy Beans, 24 lbs 1) lbs 35 Fresh Corn Meal, per bu New Country Sorghum, per gal .25 can Mutton Chop Toma07 ,'z toes can Boston Baked Beans. 08 with Tomato Sauce Best Rolled Outs, pkg.. .00 Every article guaranteed the best. T. D. Haukis, 12 1 S. Second St. Phone 185. Free Delivery. b. b. b. 50 25 25 SENT HACK IO ILLINOIS. Captuin J. Y. Joiiuson Passes Through Puducali This street. Yesterday's Fulton Leader says: Afternoon. quite an enjoyable reception was ivcn last night at the residence of Relatives of Capl. J. Y. John-odun. A. C. lirewn in honor of Miss now of the Fitst Texas volunteers, Maud ltaker, of Paducab, with MJss and acting adjutant, received a disMaynie Drown as hostess. About patch this morning staling that he An elegant set of nickle plated seven couple were present, and eleware gh'en free with every Majestic gant refreshments were served al would anivc this afternoon from St. He Louis, en route to Leitchtlcld. It uigc sold this week. See range in 10:30. will likely spend a few hours in the operation in our store. Geo. O. city before continuing his journey. KHPOKTKD HOLDUP lot Hull A. Sou. n, Arthur l'roflltt and Walter Cooper, wanted iu Massac couuty, Illinois, for stealing wheat, were auestcd heie yesterday afternoon on a charge of stealing 20 buohels of wheat from Ales Henderson. Constable Grant K'ltiking lmd them arrested, and they a reed to go bark without a requisition, and we ro turned over to the Illinois olilccr by Judge Sanders. The otllcers and mcmbeis of Banner Command try, No. 5'JO, l O. G. C. arc requested to attend a called meeting at their Citadel this clcuing. TEXAS VOLUNTEER. MASONIC ..NOTICE. A Tlio Mum special conclave of 1'aducuh Commandery, No 11, K. T., will be A holdup was reported to Olilccr held in their Aslum touiulit at 7:30 o'clock. The older of knighthood Tom Potter this raorniug early. The will be conferred. Hy order of Ihe porters at the Union depot informed liim that a man appeared thcro about K. C, W. II. COLMVN, 1 1 o'clock last night and claimed Recorder. that he had been held up and robbed of all the money ho had. about 811 COCHRAN & OWEN He did not know who the robbers Sell tlio best 82 winter shoe in the were, and did not give his own name city for ladies or gents. Call and to the depot men. let us show them to you. It seems he had gone to the depot 331 Jiroadway. to wail for the train and in some of Druggists will say they sell more the secluded places near the depot Plantation Chill Cure than all others. was robbed before he could make any outcry or protect himself. Sec the on the Wns Kobbcrt of About great Majestic Range at Geo. O. Klcvcn Dollars. Hart & Son's this week. Hot biscuits and coffee served free every cooking exhibit day. lol You take no risk on Plantation Chill Cure, as U is guaranteed to cure. PEACE JUBILEE. Tlio Mayor Invited to Attend One in Omaha. Mayor Laug has received an invitation to attend a peace jubilee celebration at Omaha, Neb., from October 10th to lSthfseiven by the Trans-Mississippi No trouble is more common or more misunderstood than ucivous People having it think dyspepsia. that their nerves arc to blame, arc surprised that they aro not curat by nerve medicines and spring remedies ; the real scat of mischief is lost sight of ; the stomach is the origin to be looked after. Nervous dyspeptics often do not have any pain whatever in the stom ach, nor perhaps any of the usual symptoms of stomach weakness. Nervous dyspepsia shows itself not in tho stomach so much as in nearly every other organ ; in some cases the heart palpitates and is irregular; in others, the kidneys arc affected ; in others the bowels arc ct.nslipatcd, with headaches: still others are troubled with loss of tlesh and appe tite, with the accumulation of gas, sour risings and heartburn. Mr. A. W. Sharper, of No. CI Prospect St., Indianapolis, Indiana, writes as follows: "A motive of pure gratitude prompts me to write these few lines regarding the new and valuable medicine, Stuart's Dyspep sia Tablets. I have been n sufferer from nervous dyspepsia for the last four years ; have used various patent medicines and other remedies without any favorable result. They some times gave temporary relief, until the effects of the medicine wore off. 1 attributed this to my scdontaty habits, being a bookkeeper with little physical exercise, but I am glad to state that the tablets have overcome all these obstacles, for I have gained in Uesh, sleep better, and am better in very way. Alio above is written not for notoriety, but is based on Her c.i?tence during thu cra'd was more stormy than at an; otlii'i time during her history. St uncertain m i republic that lh United States and Switzerland aloe recognized it as a legal government Tuc other nations held aloof, know ing that the republic would bo o) short duration. And so it proved The republic lasted less than tw years, and during that time flvemcr in succession acted as helmsmen t the rudderless ship of state, whicr drifted hither and thither, purposelessly. In its formation the republic wai unusual. It was a most peaceful rev olution. In the morning Spain war a monarchy; in the evening a republic. There were no excesses attend ing its birth, no extravagant cxulta tion, no threats of vengeance on thi part of the monarchists. No barri cades were raised and no swords wen Inter then dra.un or guns fired. was plenty of bloodshed, but none ai the birth "of the republic. The formation of the republic wai due to the difficulty experienced, ir securing a soereign satisfactory t the cortc. Dou Carlos was iiuposst blc to those who no longer believcc in the divine right of kings. Alfons was distrusted because lie was the so: of the Isabella, notoriout for her excepts. Amadous, coaxed t accept the throne, was wearied witl his ta-- k and willingly abdicated. lit found it impo'sililc to bring aboiu any harmony between tho Spanist parties. In his letter of abdicatior he said that lie would Ik? willing t( return when "plots, perils and oh stacks" had bun overcome. Th cortc gl.".di uuepted his abdication declarii-that wlun that conditio! ho desire to return t( existed, the eotuitrv he could do so, thougl not to reccie t lie crown again, but to accept another dignity, "that of i citizen of a free and independent nation." William Matthews Handy, ir Ciiautauipiau. republic. 1 1 COCK-FIGHTIN- Mr. J. II. Swift, of l'aducah, Ky., tells a good story on himself: "Fifteen jenrs ngo, when I wasbnl a seemingly incorrigible yotilli' sail' he, "I chanced while out hunting onf day to trespass upon tho farm of oih of our neighbors whoso accrhity tc temper was known the country over with tho result that a severe chostis ing was given inc. At that timoinj anger knew no huumRftilldiscrctiot was not entirely overthrown, and ) kept my own counsel, with tho resull that a plan for revenge nt last occurred to tuc. So ono dark night wher all tho elements seemed at war, witL pockets well filled with Johnson grasi seeds, I sallied forth and here anc' there scattered them about his magnificent field. "In a few years the scattered feedi had covered tho field, with tho resull that it had to bo abandoned for purposes and eventually oni farms in tho old JUui of tho flrass stato was overrun with tlu'spent The years went rapidly hy and soor both "my father and tho old fannci were gathered to their reward, caor leaving a single child. It was only last year that 'my chicken came homt to roost,' so to speak, for I then lee1 to tho hymeneal altar tho sole surviving hcir'to that Johnson grafs field it tho person of the lovely daughter o! my enemy of boyhood days. "To-daysaid he, sadly, "about al we havo In this world in tho way oi realty is that magnificent wasto ol rapidly growing gins. Every time 1 look at that old farm I am forcibly reol minded of the human flesh in general and the facl that, after all, a strict observance ol the Golden Rule is by long odd tin 1 am spending best policy. every dollar I cm possibly rako and scrape together in a seemingly vair1 endeavor to render serviceable my wife's inheritance." Kansas City ogri-cultur- MOOIE'S Air-Tig- ht Heaters. They nrc the REST, because -- t T. they consume. LESS COAI, nnd give MORE II EAT than any Stove made. Every one is fully guaranteed to give entire satisfaction. v Ml fint "V3J55 i Zip W" . - "Prxr'mL -- "z .41 They cost much. don't I . M 'I&& MKl ' -r--- SCOTT HARDWARE -- -- -M COMPANY. ," V Iki.' -- " 1 Tn-da- y gtiBBB3BF" fcpSSJBTy?SBIB J VJ Journal. JOKER WEEPS REAL TEARS At Bedside of Friend He Had Reported to Be Dead. James A. Ryan, w ho keeps a saloor I carry in stock tho following brands of Shotguns: How the Sport Wat Looked Century Ago. Dpoa a actual facts." Respectfully yours, A. W. SlIAUI-KIl- , 01 Prospect St., Indianapolis, Ind. It is safe to say that Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will cure any stomach weakness or disease except cancer ot the stomach. They cure sour stum- aoh, gas, loss of tlesh and appetite, sleeplessness, palpitation, heartburn, constipation and headaches. Send for valuable little book on diseases by addressing stomach Stuart Co., Marshal, Mich. All druggists sell full sized pack ages at 50 cents. EXCUKSIONISTS HACK. anTiinternational Quite a number of the St. Louis excurs-ionislhave relumed from the fair. Tlicy will likely all be home by this uficruoou or lomuirow morning. WA'I lilt NoTlCK. l'ntroiis of the Water Co. tire lTiiiintli'tt Unit their water rents for this iiurter were due anil payable at the company's ollice Oct. 1. Tho.se who desire should do so before association. It is to be a big affair and prominent men will be in attend ance from all over the country. The The marriage of Mr. S. Ebbcrt, of mayor will be unable to attend. St. Francis, Ark., to Mis3 Lulu Ford Sec the Majestic Range in operaAndcrsun took place this morning at tion at Geo. O. Hart & Son's this i :.su o'clock at the home of the bride on Madison street, Rev. H. IJ. week ; bake biscuits in three minutes, Johnston olllciating. There was a using less than half the fuel of an or lol large crowd of friend and relatives dinary stove. MEETS TONICl!!'. of the couple present al the ceremony. SUITS FILED, .Mr. and Mrs. Kbbert will reside iu Arkansas. The Young People's Auxiliary Another Petition Filed AiraliiMt Club os the Lutheran church will NOTICE the Kuilroad, meet tonight at Miss Anna Ruoff. MAKItlACK THIS MOKMNU. cannot have an opening because is over- my store is so small, but will make a it display of pattern hats and bonnets looked, as all premises not paid Thursday, and Friday, October 0 and or on or before Oct. 10, will be 7, at 1011 South Third street. Jo3 Mus. M. K. Lkmi. discontinued. Office moved to 107 S. 1th St. LADIES' SOCIETY. to renew I SMALL WRECK. A box car got off the track out yesterday luvond the I. C. aftcrneou early, and the wrecker was sent out to clear the track, wuicli wns done with a Joss of only a fe "l" The Ladies' Mile society of the First Baptist church will meet Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. Mary Cully, 822 South Fourth street. All members are cxpccteJ to bo present. Mies. K. B. Richakd-ofiOo. n minuttf. 'I MKMrimeatlMt rat the old! I may save your life. Plants- - Adrar. F. G. Rudolph this afternoon will file a suit in the circuit cour: against the Illinois Central Railroad company for $10,000 foi the death of the late Conductor Frank Gallanaux, who died in the hospital here from injuries received while in charge of a freight train. It was at first thought that the suit would be for $2,000, but the amount has been changed to $10,000. J. II. Ballancc this morning Hied suit in the circuit court against I. N Anderson for $600 ou note, Maggie Newman this afternoon filed suit against John Newman, for divorce, alleging abandonment" foi T LOW RATES TO ST. LOUIS. On account of tho St. Louis Fall Festivities the Illinois Central Rail road Company will on Tuesday.Scpt lam ana cacu succeeding Tuesday unui uct. zom sen tickets to St. Louis and return at one and one third fare for the round trip, good for said And tho Scottish Kirk took the same view. A certain a fencing-maste- r, claim to have introduced it in his "lsay on the Innocent and Itoyal Hcereation and Art of Cocking," publh-heat Kdin-burg1705; and tho boast appears to be justified. Macorie tells with pride how some gentlemen had already "erected" a pit in the Links of Lcith under his direction, and he continues: "I earnestly wish this generous and laudable example may be imitated to the degTeo that in eockwar village may be engaged against village, city against city, kingdom ogainst kingdom, until all wars in Ku rope, wherein so much Christian blood is spilt, may be turned into the innocent pastime of cocking." His prayer was granted in a measure, for Scotland plunged desperately as soon as the ice had been broken. It became tho "proper thing" even to furnish boys at school with cocks, to be fought it Shrovetide. Perhaps the schoolmaster supplied them sometimes. W have a report from tho minister of Hoss-shiriu 1790, which itntes that tho schoolmaster of tho parish lias an incomo of 200 marks, with a payment of Is. !d. per boy, and 2s. (id. extra for Iitin, and "the cockfight dues," which equal one nuartcr'i payment for each scholar. To figures were intelligible at the time, no Joubt, but they onl v convey to us that ihe schoolmaster of Applecross made icarly 25 per cent, of his income by g somehow. London Standard. bull-baitin- g. Ma-coriss :ock-lightin- "I hear your company got mobbed may be explained in a less honorable in Daw6on City," said the actor who manner, but fact it is. Under the com- couldn't go. "I thought you would monwealth of Kngland cocking was wind up about that way." forbidden, not because it gave pain to was nothing wrong about the cocks, but because it gave pleauro the"There explained tho play," actor who to the spectators, as Macaulay of Scotland may boast, if flic will, that her sons resisted the temptation of a vile amusement for a century and a half at least after it had become q mania all over Kurope. The fact on Clark street, in Chicago, turned I practical joko upon the joker onr night recently. Phil Roi-e- who is ono of ltyan'i friends, and who keeps a liquor ston at 202 WcntworOt venue, told t dozen or more of Ryan's friends thai Mr. Ryan was dcad,"ond ho suggested that they go down and hold a wake over his remain. The friends, taking tho matter seriously, hurried down to Ryan's place, after ilrst getting themselves into thi proper key. C!us Anderson, of 401 Clark street, wa the firt to arrivev and ho found his neighbor, Ryan, very much alive and doing a lively business. He told of tho hoax, and Ryan quickly arrayed himself in i stilt of black, with a white tic and a little of his wife's powder on hii face, and lay dor n on his bed, looking every inch a dead man. The friends arrived, and were ushered solemnly into the presence of th Everything supposedly dead man. looked real and funereal. The friend told each other in tubducd voices "what a fine man Jim was," and comforted tho "widow,' who vvat helping the farce along. Then they returned to Phil Ro-e- 's place and told of the scene They appearc1 so sincere that the ii'toni-hc- d Roe thinking Ids joke had by n queer coincidence proved to be the truh betook himself to the ltvnn nln dr lie, too, was admitted t tho s.lcnt fully and bedroom, and looked guiltily upon the quit t fuMirts oi his friend. Then In hi i into tnr "Ah, Jim," he cried: " -- r Jim, ''t! e In find did 1 think I evt r tears of sorrow oxer th.it jokt " Ryan at this point ro up in hi bet' and said: "Come, old iu.it, the drink aro on von." Rose fays he will never jokc'.i Mill Chicago Record. J death-chiunb. ! L. C. SMITH, ITHACA. NEW BAKER, WINCHESTER. ALSO LOA.DBD SHELLS M. E. Sucessors JONES I I 11 . I. PRATT COAL COMP'Y to Eades & Letiahard Cor. Ninth and Harrison Streets WILL HANDLi: Till: CCLKliKA THI) Hillskie and Oakland Kentucky CoaU LUMP 7 CBNTS .1. NUT A C CENTS Delivered, frr rpot cash only. K. LANK Trlt-jiiiuii- share of the trade Is solicited. K. W. Pit ATT, .Manager. ISIII Trhdewrter COHL For caah only till October 15th: Choice L1I1111.) -- ft ' 7c, Mi 6c Bilshel. Delivered A VllWK T r.LKVATOIl, twonty-rlv- o bushel and over. Choleo Lump 6c, Nut 6c AMlrel, IMtien TO STKAMHOATH, foot of Jtff on Htrctt :ut, ro.i and hlack :tlc 4bufltiol. iBJBaM Mlno ltun Ic. We will refund lo bunhol to all our friends wliDsocoal houocR wo havo nlro.uly lllloil for next winter h uho. Photic .' I. Paducah Goal and Mining Co. OiUro at lilo vator. Fatal Realism BARRV Crabtree... & JIEMBBKRGER Deanefield I COAL , Lump p;r Bushel 7 cents; Nut per Bushel 6 cents; had come back. "It nil nroe from our presenting a C'liriMina dinner Anthracite, all sizes, per Ton $7 feone, in which we used real turkey The jays piled up mi the stage ten We will take care of our customer.-!- so send in deep." Indianapoli Journal. your orders, Sl'uT CASH. A Literal ...Telephone 70 Construction. Mother (to little f.it son) That was very greedy of you, Tommy, to eat your sister's share of the eiike. Tommy You know you told me that I was, always to tnko her part. Fun. you." "So I understand; but I'm keeping under cover. It mut bo that 1 owe li i in money or that ho wants to owe Philadelphia North- me some." American. A pos iiro A voiding Contingencies. is looking all over town for "Joe Render Lump 7 cents Render Nut 6 cents Old Lee Anthracite!! H of its author's itching palm. Rnm's Horn. Largest House In the "renlitic" novel is an ex- $7.00 per Ton World. Tho largest house in tho world is Wiedon, a suburb of Vienna. In :h!i domicile there aro 1,400 rooms, READ, lirided into 100 suites of from three each, ond they at present TELEPHONE 370 to six rooms Yard, MUS It. HUIU1AUKH, Solicitor ihelter 2,112 persons, who pay an rcntaLoCavexl0Q.00Q llorins. Central Coal and Iron Company JEFF J. Manager tenth and Jefferson an-m- al ;i r sv Dalton, The Tailor. FIUST Ho FOURTH AND BROADWAY OVER M'PHERSON'S DRUG STORE a perfect lit. gU iiiutees Acoastte Tubes. Um "ff" WTd UWUMBU0. JMI . V In experiments with tho comthree days. pressed air pipe of Westphalian coal On Thursday, Sept. 15th and each mines Mr. H. Schnb Jus found that succeeding Thursday until Oct. 27th the greatest distance to which the at one faro for the round trip, good Kiiind of the voice could ho conveyed for three days. In n straight pipe was between 1,500 On account of the St. Louis Fair, and 1,700 !ect. For moderate distickets will he sold from Oct. 2 until tances a pipe of about 20 inches In diInclusive at one fare for the Oct. 8th ameter gave the best results, a slight! ioamd trip, goo i returnlug until Oct. larger one heinjr hotter for lonir dii. w 1Mb. " J. T, Domoyax, Agent, td. , Should Have Your Patronage, for .. THI HO.. .. SKCONI) Ho does all hU work with homejlabctr, He will sell you n suit of clothe mi Id i oidjr f Three Reasons . . . As cheap ns you can b y a custom mn do -- -n I La Afamada s. v i . -- jlM,r .. - fji,